LLP 207: How Anxiety, Depression and Stress May Lead to Your Next Level of Expansion with Rachelle

Let’s talk about Anxiety, Depression, and Stress…

On this week’s episode of Lunch & Learn with Dr. Berry, we bring you Rachelle McCloud, LCSW – a Mental Health Therapist and Emotional Wellness advocate. She is the facilitator of the Facebook group Releasing the Baggage of Anxiety, Depression, and Traumatic Stress where she delivers free training on leading interventions that work well for getting rid of symptoms, not just coping or managing them. Her mission is to empower people to do their own healing work effectively, safely, and skillfully.

Today, Rachelle will talk about how she successfully helps her clients move their anxiety, as well as traumatic disorders into her mission. Also, she will talk about a program that she developed which helps empower people to skillfully get rid of their symptoms and more importantly, heal. We talk a lot about therapy. We talk about getting therapy. And we’re actually going to be talking about, what do you do after you get to therapy?

This episode will answer the following questions:

  • What kinds of symptoms do people still have after years of therapy, coaching, or self-help?
  • Why do people still have symptoms after years of therapy, coaching, or self-help?
  • How is it that someone can put so much time into self-care and still have symptoms?
  • What are some obstacles to getting rid of symptoms when you have already tried many interventions and strategies over the years?
  • Why do so many people who are the “strong ones” in their relationship have a difficult time overcoming this pattern?

This aims for you to learn more about the following key takeaways:

  • Reasons why you may not be getting actual symptom resolution results even though you’ve been in therapy for years.
  • The shortest path to where you are now to accomplishing long-held dreams.
  • How to get more pleasure and fulfillment out of your life and relationships.
  • Reasons why symptoms of anxiety, depression, and/or traumatic stress are actually opportunities for expansion.
  • How to get your brain to do all of this work for you. fulfillment, connection, and reciprocity in their relationships?

Join me in today’s episode for inspiring ideas and talks with Rachelle McCloud on the theme of “How Anxiety, Depression and Stress May Lead to Your Next Level of Expansion with Rachelle.”

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LLP 207: How Anxiety, Depression and Stress May Lead to Your Next Level of Expansion with Dr. Rachelle

Let’s talk about Anxiety, Depression, and Stress…

On this week’s episode of Lunch & Learn with Dr. Berry, we bring you Dr. Rachelle McCloud, LCSW – a Mental Health Therapist and Emotional Wellness advocate. She is the facilitator of the Facebook group Releasing the Baggage of Anxiety, Depression, and Traumatic Stress where she delivers free training on leading interventions that work well for getting rid of symptoms, not just coping or managing them. Her mission is to empower people to do their own healing work effectively, safely, and skillfully.

Today, Dr. Rachelle will talk about how she successfully helps her clients move their anxiety, as well as traumatic disorders into her mission. Also, she will talk about a program that she developed which helps empower people to skillfully get rid of their symptoms and more importantly, heal. We talk a lot about therapy. We talk about getting therapy. And we’re actually going to be talking about, what do you do after you get to therapy?

This episode will answer the following questions:

  • What kinds of symptoms do people still have after years of therapy, coaching, or self-help?
  • Why do people still have symptoms after years of therapy, coaching, or self-help?
  • How is it that someone can put so much time into self-care and still have symptoms?
  • What are some obstacles to getting rid of symptoms when you have already tried many interventions and strategies over the years?
  • Why do so many people who are the “strong ones” in their relationship have a difficult time overcoming this pattern?

This aims for you to learn more about the following key takeaways:

  • Reasons why you may not be getting actual symptom resolution results even though you’ve been in therapy for years.
  • The shortest path to where you are now to accomplishing long-held dreams.
  • How to get more pleasure and fulfillment out of your life and relationships.
  • Reasons why symptoms of anxiety, depression, and/or traumatic stress are actually opportunities for expansion.
  • How to get your brain to do all of this work for you. fulfillment, connection, and reciprocity in their relationships?

Join me in today’s episode for inspiring ideas and talks with Dr. Rachelle McCloud on the theme of “How Anxiety, Depression and Stress May Lead to Your Next Level of Expansion with Dr. Rachelle.”

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How Anxiety, Depression and Stress May Lead to Your Next Level of Expansion

How Anxiety, Depression and Stress May Lead to Your Next Level of Expansion with Rachelle McCloud,LCSW

On this episode of Medicine Mondays we have Rachelle McCloud, LCSW who is a Mental Health Therapist and Emotional Wellness coach to talk about the importance of looking towards your issues with anxiety, depression and stress and how to attack it head on without fear.

We talk a lot about her journey as a mental health therapist including the time she quit the profession all together due to the frustration that she wasn’t helping her clients. Until she was able to involve a technique that at one point got her laid off from her job. We often talk about the importance of getting therapy but we talk about what happens after you do.

Rachelle McCloud is also the facilitator of the Facebook group Releasing the Baggage of Anxiety, Depression, and Traumatic Stress where she delivers free training on leading interventions that work well for getting rid of symptoms, not just coping or managing them.

Her mission is to empower people to do their own healing work effectively, safely, and skillfully.

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LLP 206: My Love and Hate Relationship with the CDC

Let’s talk about CDC…

CDC is the National Public health Agency of the United States under the Department of Health and Human Services. The main goal is the protection of public health and safety through the control and prevention of disease, injury, and disability in the United States and worldwide. CDC focuses national attention on developing and applying disease control and prevention.

Today, we will discuss my personal thoughts on CDC, both positive and negative. I will speak about what I believe they did well, what they could improve on, and where I think they went wrong. I will also explain why I have such a push-pull, love-hate relationship. Moreover, CDC becomes the soundboard of COVID-19, and COVID-19 Recommendations, COVID-19 restrictions. Unfortunately, there have been some missteps during the entire process. There has been some miscommunication. There’s even been some controversy, and I’d want to talk about it and how it’s affected me as a public health professional, as a physician, as someone who has to care for patients.

This episode aims for you to learn more about:

  • The 2nd Anniversary of the first COVID-19 case in the US
  • CDC mixed messaging
  • My thoughts on the reduced quarantine recommendations
  • Be able to be more inquisitive about your health information
  • Understanding that the CDC is still a trusted source of information

Tune in to today’s show and learn about “My Love and Hate Relationship with the CDC.”

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Covid-19, Omicron Variant & School Shutdowns

Covid-19, Omicron Variant & School Shutdowns

On this episode of Real Physician Reacts lets go over a couple recent news clips that highlights the new challenges the covid-19 omicron variant has placed on the healthcare system & the business sectors alike. I’m going to be giving my personal commentary on the CDC recommendations, schools going virtual again and what to expect for the year.

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LLP 205: Covid-19 Omicron Variant

Let’s talk about the Omicron variant…

Another year has passed and we are now celebrating the new year. This is the year 2022’s first podcast. Everyone is on a roller-coaster journey in 2021 – we were threatened by the global pandemic. It has been two years since the pandemic started and we thought this COVID 19 pandemic was over, but it appears it is still here to stay, and we’re now facing another COVID strain: the Omicron.

My name is Dr. Berry Pierre, I go by “Dr. Berry”. I am a board-certified Internal Medicine Physician. I am a blogger, podcast host of the Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry, and vlogger on my YouTube & Facebook channels. I love to use interesting and sometimes fascinating personal stories while offering essential information, advice, and guidance that can reach out to people. If you are part of the Lunch and Learn Community, you will fully understand the motto “Empower Yourself For Better Health” as a NEW way of learning to be more health-focused.

In this episode of the Lunch and Learn Podcast, I’m going to give you an update on COVID 19. However, as much as I wish I could offer you good news, the fact is that we’re almost back to where we left off. Today, I am going to focus on the Omicron variation.

This episode aims for you to learn more about:

  • The latest Covid-19 update
  • What is the omicron variant is and how did it overtake the delta variant
  • What should we expect for 2022?
  • Educate others on COVID-19 and the latest variant

Listen to the podcast “Covid-19 Omicron Variant with Dr. Berry” right now and learn along with me.

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Covid-19 Omicron Variant

Covid-19 and the Omicron Variant

On this episode of Medicine Monday’s we are going to be talking about the omicron variant of covid-19 as well as provide the latest update as far as cases and deaths are concerned. Unfortunately it seems like a new big dog is running the yard as far as variants go and it seems like this holiday season is what going to ignite the latest surge of covid cases. 

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LLP 204: The Future of Telehealth with Dr. Laura Purdy

Let’s talk about the future of telehealth …

Many individuals are unfamiliar with the term “telehealth.” It is the use of electronic information, telecommunications, and technologies to help with long-distance clinical health care.

Today, we are joined by our special guest Dr. Laura Purdy to learn more about telehealth. Our guest is a board-certified family medicine physician who is wrapping up 14 years as an officer in the US Army. She started working in telemedicine in 2016 as a full-time physician and became medical director of MDLIVE. She has also co-founded two telehealth companies and is now lobbying at the federal level to influence change that increases access to care and reduces disparities in telehealth.

In this episode we aim to learn more about:

  • The future + benefits of Telehealth visits
  • How the government can get involved in order to help Telehealth practices thrive
  • Why Telehealth is important + what can be done to improve the system overall
  • What Telehealth was prior to COVID
  • Importance of Telehealth
  • Encouraging these health visits; can be done right from your phone or computer

Take a listen now and stick around ‘til the end in today’s informative episode as Dr. Purdy dropped some amazing gems about “The Future of Telehealth”.

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Cervical Cancer Awareness Month: What is it?

January 2022 is cervical cancer awareness month. A great start to the year to discuss HPV vaccines and amplify health organizations’ causes and campaigns on cervical awareness and cancer prevention. Today, let’s talk about these causes and how this is crucial for everyone in the United States and for almost 79 million people in the world.

Cervical awareness is more than just awareness. It is a movement. It’s a cause that thousands of women and health professionals rally behind. For over decades, cervical cancer has become a global health crisis for most women with over 14,000 cases each year.

This January 2022, a welcoming month to the new year, is another fitting time to raise awareness. This time, we rally vaccination movement, reach out to communities, provide education and amplify voices. This is the time to honor those who have survived cancer, and make sure that no cancer patient is left behind.

In today’s blog let’s dig in more in-depth on the causes of Cervical Cancer — what it is, its early signs and symptoms, and how you should prevent it.

Understanding Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer develops when cells in a female’s cervix, which connects the uterus and vagina, change. This cancer affects the cervix’s deeper tissues and spread to other regions of the body; most commonly the lungs, liver, bladder, vagina, and rectum.

The majority of occurrences of cervical cancer are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, which is preventable with a vaccine.

Cervical cancer grows slowly, so it is usually detectable and treatable before it causes major complications. It kills fewer women each year, thanks to better screening via Pap tests.

cervical cancer awareness month

Facts About Cervical Cancer

Understanding cervical cancer means not just knowing what it does to a woman’s body, but as well as the causes and the studies that revolve around it. 

Fortunately, cervical cancer is prevented through vaccines, however, the cause of this awareness is to ensure that every woman gets to check and get vaccinated and know their symptoms. 

Here are the facts associated with Cervical Cancer,

About the Cervix

Cervical cancer starts in the cervix — the lower, narrow part of the uterus. The uterus holds the growing fetus during pregnancy. 

Cervical cancer develops when healthy cells on the cervix’s surface alter or become infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV) and grow out of control, causing a lump known as a tumor. 

Long-term HPV infection of the cervix can progress to cancer, resulting in a lump or tumor on the cervix. A tumor might be malignant or noncancerous. A cancerous tumor is malignant, which means it has the potential to spread to other parts of the body. A benign tumor is one that will not spread.

Statistics

Cervical cancer incidence rates fell by more than half between the mid-1970s and the mid-2000s, thanks in part to increased screening, which can detect cervical alterations before they become malignant. The use of the HPV vaccine may be contributing to lower incidence rates in young women.

This year, it is expected that 4,290 people would die from cervical cancer. Similar to the incidence rates, the death rate has declined by roughly 50% since the mid-1970s, owing in part to increased screening, which has resulted in the earlier discovery of cervical cancer. However, the death rate has decreased from roughly 4% per year from 1996 to 2003 to less than 1% from 2009 to 2018.

Cervical cancer most commonly affects:

  • Women between the ages of 35 and 44. 
  • After the age of 65, around 20% of cervical malignancies 
  • Uncommon in people with age younger than 20

Survival Rates

Many factors influence survival rates, including the stage of cervical cancer at the time of diagnosis. When discovered early, patients with invasive cervical cancer had a 92 percent 5-year survival rate. 

Approximately 44% of cervical cancer patients are diagnosed at an early stage. If cervical cancer has spread to other tissues or organs, as well as regional lymph nodes, the 5-year survival rate is 58%. If cancer has migrated to another part of the body, the 5-year survival rate is only 17%.

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Common Symptoms of Cervical Cancer

You will find out more about body changes and other things that can signal a problem that may need medical care. However, not all body and hormonal changes in women often indicate cervical cancer.

Symptoms of early-stage cervical cancer are common. The symptoms of advanced cancer or cancer that have spread to other parts of the body may be more severe, depending on the tissues and organs affected. 

Here are some of the common symptoms of cervical cancer that you should take note of:

  • ​​Blood spots or light bleeding between or following periods
  • Menstrual bleeding that is longer and heavier than usual
  • Bleeding after intercourse, douching, or a pelvic examination
  • Increased vaginal discharge
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Bleeding after menopause
  • Unexplained, persistent pelvic and/or back pain

Cervical Awareness Month: What Can You Do?

Cervical Health Awareness Month is a chance to make a move in empowering women to protect themselves. Whether you are an advocate, a medical professional, a survivor, a sister to a cervical cancer patient, or simply a woman who wants to stand up for herself.

This month is for you. 

Here are some of the meaningful things and movements you can take part in this month.

Vaccination

HPV vaccines can help protect against infection from both high-risk HPV types that can cause cervical cancer and low-risk HPV forms that cause genital warts. 

The CDC advises that all boys and girls receive the HPV vaccine at the age of 11 or 12, as the vaccine creates a higher immune response when administered during the preteen years. As a result, up until the age of 14, just two doses of the vaccination are required. 

The vaccination is offered to all males and females up to the age of 45, but those 15 and older require a full three-dose series.

Testing

The Pap test and the HPV test can help prevent cervical cancer or find it early.

  • The Pap test (or Pap smear) looks for precancers, cell changes on the cervix that might become cervical cancer if they are not treated appropriately.
  • The HPV test looks for the virus (human papillomavirus) that can cause these cell changes.

Both tests can be done in a doctor’s office or clinic. During the Pap test, your doctor will use a plastic or metal instrument, to widen the vagina. This helps the doctor examine the vagina and the cervix, and collect a few cells and mucus from the cervix and the area around it. The cells are then sent to a laboratory.

Be Part of the Movement

This Cervical Cancer Awareness month, we can use this opportunity to spread the word about important steps women can take to stay healthy. Make sure to consult well with your family doctors, or talk to a licensed practitioner to address your questions and issues.

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The Future of Telehealth with Dr. Purdy

The Future of Telehealth with Dr. Purdy

On this episode of Medicine Mondays we have Dr. Laura Purdy as we talked about the benefits and future of telehealth medicine. We discuss what telemedicine was like before the pandemic and how it has forever changed its outlook.

Dr. Purdy has now worked for dozens of virtual health companies across the industry and also consults for early-stage telehealth startups in the US and UK. She has 49 (soon to be 51!) state medical licenses and believes in empowering young businesses to meet and exceed their business vision.

Dr. Purdy has also co-founded two telehealth companies and actively lobbies at the federal level to influence change that increases access to care and reduces disparities in telehealth.

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