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MyCounselorLIVE is a popular talk show produced by MyCounselor.Online featuring our own Christian therapists. Each week, we sit down with one of the Christian therapists on the MyCounselor.Online clinical team, and discuss subjects surrounding marriage, family, sex, current events, and mental health issues. MyCounselorLIVE seeks to normalize the struggles that we face in everyday life, and raise awareness about the resources available to help us thrive! Learn more at https://mycounselor.online/
 
The Recovering God Podcast is for people who want to think more about the issues affecting Christian women. Each month, we interview people from a range of backgrounds to ask about Christian faith, feminism and what the implications are for today. If you have any comments, let us know at RecoveringGodPodcast@gmail.com. You can follow us on Twitter @RecoveringGod or Instagram at Recovering_God. Please remember to rate, subscribe and tell others who you think will be interested. Music written ...
 
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This past April, it was announced that science fiction had become science fact, in that real-life doctors had been holoported to the International Space Station. One of those holographic doctors is Josef Schmid, a NASA flight surgeon. I sat down with him recently to discuss the breakthrough and learn what the future may hold, a future that includes…
 
In this unusual episode, Alison asks the fabulous, new team the set questions that we ask all of the people who we interview. It's an opportunity for you to get to know a bit more about who they are ready for when they start interviewing. We are so excited about the new team with their fabulous breadth of experience and skills. We hope that you enj…
 
We are ending the school year with Joanna Grace who joins Dale to discuss Eating the Senses. Eating is such an emotive subject and the difficulties people with sensory differences have around eating cause enormous stress and upset at home and at school. Listen to understand the sensory components of eating and find out how to support children to en…
 
Anxiety levels have increased and learning practical solutions for decreasing anxiety results in happier, healthier children. Mindfulness is a great tool to use in classrooms to do this by pausing, recognising surroundings and bringing everyone into the present moment. In this week’s episode Katie White, Embodied Wellness Practitioner, joins Dale t…
 
Listening is a fundamental skill to be able to develop language and to access learning in the classroom. There are a number of foundation skills which build a child’s ability to listen in the classroom. We spend a lot of time expecting or telling children to listen, but do they actually know what ‘listening’ is? Sarah Billingham joins Dale in this …
 
Phonics have been around for years and are successful, BUT they don’t work for all pupils, and they aren’t the only way to teach reading. Only 75% of children leave KS1 able to read well enough to access KS2 effectively (91% passed the phonic screen by Y2) * The ultimate goal is for children to have a bank of words in their long-term memory that th…
 
Our senses are fascinating. A particularly interesting area to explore is the development of the sensory systems and how this effects cognition, engagement and mental health. Today, Joanna Grace joins Dale for our 100th episode to discuss Sensory Development and Sensory Engagement. Having an understanding of sensory development can help you to conn…
 
Trigger warning – this podcast discusses self-harm which is a difficult subject, but has never been more important to address. Self-harm is when someone hurts themselves as a way of dealing with very difficult feelings, painful memories or overwhelming situations and experiences. They may feel a short-term sense of release but the cause of the dist…
 
Are you one of those making their annual pilgrimage to WHSmith to choose your new diary? Gone are the days of having to lug a filing cabinet’s worth of paperwork to each meeting or locating the right USB. We are all creatures of habit but there’s no better time to make the move to digital, otherwise you risk getting left behind. Ginny Bootman joins…
 
Rev. Cham Kaur-Mann has over 25 years of leadership experience in the church, charity and voluntary sectors. She mentors and supports leaders from a variety of sectors, backgrounds and communities and is the first (and currently only) Asian woman minister within the Baptist Union of Great Britain. Cham is co-director of Next Leadership and a Fellow…
 
Whilst there is significant research and discussion around the psychological and behavioural aspects of autism, most parents/carers have little information around what might be happening at a physiological level. Rachel Jackson joins the podcast today to discuss her first-hand experience of the physical aspects of autism and their implications. Rac…
 
It’s almost time for The Orville season 3; Bernadette Croft discusses designing the costumes for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds; there’s a new comic series coming bridging Star Trek: Picard seasons 2 and 3; Karl Urban keeps the rumor mill going on Star Trek 4; and Denise Crosby reminisces over her documentary Trekkies for its 25th anniversary.…
 
About Gary Aubin Gary Aubin is the SEND Content Specialist for the Educational Endowment Foundation and Director of SEND for a multi-academy trust, having worked as a SENDCO in mainstream primary and secondary schools. With a strong mindset of inclusion, his work as Director of SEND has supported schools out of Special Measures and towards Outstand…
 
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is the most in-demand streaming series; Bruce Horak talks about playing Hemmer in SNW; we’ve got new gameplay footage of Star Trek: Prodigy: Supernova; Paramount stock jumps with a big endorsement from a big investment firm; and a school in New York is teaching kids to communicate - using Klingon.…
 
About Sarah-Jane Critchley Sarah-Jane is an Author, Speaker, Consultant and Coach from Different Joy Partnership. She was previously the Programme Manager for over 10 years at the Autism Education Trust. Pupils with autism often struggle with attending school for a number of reasons. Her daughter Beth is autistic and also suffers from migraines whi…
 
Wilson Cruz wins the prestigious Vito Russo award; Star Trek Online Stormfall lands on PC; Marina Sirtis’s new film is available to stream; and The Orville has released a new trailer for season 3. Plus we’ve sadly lost more members of our extended Star Trek family, who I will tell you about. More stories: Michael G. Hagerty obituary Jack Kehler obi…
 
Clare Williams is the founder of GET REAL, which endeavours to engage with big questions about the Christian faith. It is an organisation that tackles issues concerning identity, race and religion. Clare is a Christian who is passionate about the intersection of race, faith and apologetics. In this episode, Clare talks about apologetics and the pos…
 
Last week Lorraine Petersen OBE joined Dale in the studio to deliver a presentation on the SEND Green Paper. It was a fantastic summary of the 104 page document which has helped SENCOs save time and understand the key points and implications for schools. We’ve turned the session recording into a special edition podcast so that you can listen anytim…
 
When it comes to mental health we often feel like we need the support of a professional. Of course, some children do require specialist support from counsellors, psychologists, or social workers, but for children who are experiencing low levels of anxiety - play may be the answer. This Mental Health Awareness week I am joined by a new guest on the …
 
The Star Trek Book of Friendship is a new book about friendships throughout the franchise, lovingly told in conversation form by co-authors and friends Robb Pearlman and Jordan Hoffman. We're talking about the book and why it was important to make, and I force them to prove that their friendship is genuine (for science!). Get your copy (out May 10,…
 
Please note: there are some minor audio issues in the middle of this week's episode, due to streaming difficulties during recording. Two members of our extended Star Trek family have passed away recently; Paramount has finally announced a launch date for Paramount+ in the UK and Ireland; and the reviews are in for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds - an…
 
Research shows that it takes 3 times as long for a student with ADHD to do the same piece of work at home as in school. The school day alone can be exhausting for pupils with SEND and then they might be expected to attend clubs, interact with family, eat their meal AND complete their homework when they get home. Are we expecting too much? The resul…
 
Lower Decks season 2 is coming out on Blu-ray this summer; LeVar Burton is set to be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Emmy; and we’re looking forward to The Orville season 3...ON TOP OF this week’s finale of Picard season 2 and the premiere of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.
 
7.6% of all children have got developmental language disorder, that's two or three in every classroom. The Bercow Review (2018) highlighted ongoing and significant challenges for children with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) in terms of available support and diminishing resources. More than ever, it is important we maximise what we …
 
If you can’t wait for May 5th to see Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, I might be able to help you; tickets are now on sale for limited theatrical showings of Star Trek: The Motion Picture; and you can own the bourbon featured in Star Trek: Picard - if you’re lucky! Today’s stories: Strange New Worlds at the Paley Center Strange New Worlds plot synops…
 
Do you remember many of your lessons at school? If you do, they’re likely to be memorable due to a multisensory element such as a Bunsen burner. When you have a sensory experience the different processes in our brains are activated and you are then more involved and invested in learning. Joanna Grace is a sensory engagement and inclusion specialist…
 
Catching up on last week’s news from Star Trek: Mission Chicago, including a new Prodigy video game, a Lower Decks season 3 teaser and details on next year’s con; I’m checking in on what Nicholas Meyer has to say about his Khan miniseries; and what if there had been an animated version of Star Trek: The Next Generation? TODAY’S STORIES: 👉 Kathryn H…
 
HUGE Star Trek: Picard news as the entire Next Generation bridge crew is heading back to the stars - together! We’ve got more trailers (characters and show) and art for Strange New Worlds; the Voyager documentary ‘To The Journey’ has released behind the scenes footage; and three members of our Star Trek family have recently passed away: Marvin J. C…
 
WonderCon 2022! As we get back to a “New Normal," the Star Trek community lives in historic times: five series in the works and more on the way, plus feature films, live and animated; a social media revolution allowing creatives to share and interact like never before; and a pandemic whose silver lining has left behind a revolution in virtual exper…
 
Dr Karen O’Donnell has published a new book: The Dark Womb: Re-Conceiving Theology through Reproductive Loss. Amazingly, the book is the first academic theological investigation into the impact the experience of reproductive loss has on the way that we think about God and faith. She wrote the book in response to her own personal losses as a young w…
 
This week's episode ‘Finding your Tribe’ with Alison Knowles, is a discussion about how important it is for young people to find their tribe and their place in the world. We all strive to feel accepted, normal and fit in, but this can be especially challenging for children with additional needs. About Alison Knowles Ali is a practising emotional th…
 
Star Trek: The Motion Picture Director’s Edition is finally on its way to 4K streaming on Paramount+ (but that’s not the only way you can watch it!); it looks like Prodigy is on its way to Europe with Nickelodeon; and last week’s Virtual Trek Con 3 included a touching and special award for Discovery actor Kenneth Mitchell.…
 
Does resisting ordinary day-to-day demands, such as putting shoes on, sound familiar? This is a common objection from children, however it can be to the extreme often causing obstructive, disruptive and explosive behaviour. In this episode we discover ‘What on earth is PDA?’ with Rachel Jackson. Rachel is a Mum, Author and Director with an academic…
 
Late Star Trek producer April Nocifora is honored in Discovery, while politician Stacey Abrams makes a surprise appearance; Strange New Worlds casts Paul Wesley as their version of Kirk; Star Trek: The Next Generation is leaving Netflix soon; and I’ve got more details about that once-in-a-lifetime William Shatner experience.…
 
It’s special guest time again on Daily Star Trek News! Kent Mages is the founder of MassPersona, makers of Minikin, 3D custom printed figurines. They’re bringing their unique experience to Star Trek: Mission Chicago, along with a special experience with William Shatner, so we’re chatting about that, along with the future of fan experiences. LEARN M…
 
Have you ever had a Sparkling Suzie, Freddie Thorne or Danny Whizzbang in your classroom? Perhaps not the cocktail but most likely some pupils with similar characteristics. In this fun filled episode with Dr Susie Nyman, we discuss the similarities between cocktails and children with SEN. Susie even brought her cocktail making kit along with her to…
 
Star Trek's Yeoman Colt, Laurel Goodwin, has passed away; we've finally got a teaser trailer for Strange New Worlds; gameplay footage of the upcoming Star Trek: Resurgence; and there's a great, one-of-a-kind experience with William Shatner coming to Star Trek: Mission Chicago. Other links: Mike and Denise Okuda ADG Lifetime Achievement award Show a…
 
Little did we know when launching the SENDcast 2 years ago, that the world as we knew it was about to drastically change. We hope that you’ve enjoyed listening to the episodes through the highs and lows and have kept you company whether you’ve been walking, running, driving, painting etc. In this 2nd birthday episode Sarah-Jane Critchley joins Dale…
 
Star Trek guest star Mitchell Ryan has passed away; Picard adds Star Trek Online ships to its on-screen canon; The Boston Museum of Science is raising money to fund a new statue remembering Leonard Nimoy; and Discovery producer Olatunde Osunsanmi inks an overall deal with CBS Studios. Additional links: Star Trek Online documentary My Life at Warp S…
 
Beth Allison Barr is Professor of History and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at Baylor University in the US. She’s also a pastor’s wife, a mum and an author. In 2021, her book exploring the history of Christianity and patriarchy was published. It’s entitled: The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became the Gospel Tru…
 
About Fintan O'Regan Fintan was the Head teacher of the Centre Academy from 1996 -2002, which was the first specialist school in the UK for students between the ages of 7-19 specialising issues related to ADHD, ASD and ODD. He is an associate lecturer for Leicester University, the National Association of Special Needs, the Institute of Education, t…
 
Questions over the Kelvin crew for Star Trek 4; Playmates Toys announces new Prodigy action figures; and Discovery wins big at the Make-up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards. Plus I’ll remind you how you can score a free copy of the new audio drama from Simon and Schuster, Star Trek: Picard: No Man’s Land. Plus, we’re remembering Star Trek gues…
 
Spoken language is core to learning and has a significant impact on children who find it difficult understanding language or putting their sentences together. In this SENDcast episode ‘Language for Learning’, we discuss the importance of supporting and promoting language and its impact on learning in the classroom. Dale's guest is Wendy Lee, a spee…
 
ViacomCBS is no more, as the company transitions to Paramount Global; J.J. Abrams confirms the Kelvin Timeline crew for Star Trek 4; a peek into the music for Strange New Worlds; and did you see the new Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer? And if that wasn’t enough, details on how you can score a free copy of the new audio drama fro…
 
Everyone will meet an autistic person in their lives, and autistic people are in every classroom and every work force. Having a clearer understanding of difference can give us practical insight into how to better support and engage neurodivergent learners, and perhaps more importantly how to improve their mental health. Joanna Grace is a sensory en…
 
In this week’s podcast Dale Pickles speaks with Alison Knowles who is an emotional therapist and the creator of the Ollie Model to build the resilience and wellbeing of children. Resources: https://www.facebook.com/OllieandhisSuperPowers https://twitter.com/bemoreollie https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWDj-PRjboIg2cu-KZsEMVA https://www.instagram.c…
 
Proverbs 31 talks about a ‘capable wife’. In this episode, Esther Zarifi talks to us about her findings when she analysed how the passage has been used to impact on Christian women today. Esther is a former RE teacher, who works for an education charity as leader in Religious Studies, focusing on GCSE and A level courses. She a member of her local …
 
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