Brooklynbilly Music Mashup Show
Along with highlighting local musicians from around the Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay area, host Andy Fuhrman serves up a fun mix of classic Folk, Country & Western, Bluegrass, Old Timey, Rockabilly, Rock, R&B and Brooklyn Doo Wop.
Ep. 45: People all over the world are experiencing mental health issues in response to climate change, including trauma, anxiety, and grief. In this episode, we’re joined by Gen Zer Chloe Rosen who talks about growing up with climate change awareness and its impact on their mental health. Also with us is Paula Wild, a Millennial Yoga Therapist and Outdoor Educator who shares some healing practices that can help us individually and in community be better prepared to address the growing global mental health crisis caused by climate change.
Episode #44: Psychotherapist Debra Sloss is joined by Judith Ain and Family Medicine Physician Assistant and Integrative Medicine Specialist Dr. Cynthia Quattro to discuss tick-borne Lyme Disease and the mental health effects associated with it. Judith shares her personal story of trying to figure out what was happening as her health deteriorated and how she got diagnosed, sought treatment and learned to live with long-term symptoms. Dr. Quattro offers information about the cause of Lyme Disease and how and where to get accurately diagnosed. She also shares information about integrative treatment approaches.
Ep. 43: Join us this month as we take a deeper dive into the question “What’s Your Soul Food?“ We continue to explore the many ways our listeners take care of their bodies and minds. We’ll learn more about how these self-care practices help us work through traumas and find resilience when facing life’s many challenges. Joining your host Debra Sloss is psychotherapist and trauma specialist Kara Bowman. Together they discuss how self-care supports mental and physical health. Be sure to check out Episode 42, Part 1 in the Building Resilience series to hear more on this topic!
Ep. 42: To honor Mental Health Awareness Month, we ask the question, “What’s Your Soul Food?“ We hear from listeners about the many ways they take care of their bodies and minds in order to support their mental health. Joining your host Debra Sloss is psychotherapist and trauma specialist Kara Bowman to discuss how these self-care choices can build resilience and support mental and physical health. Be sure to join us again next month for Part 2 in this series to hear more!
3:59am Habib Koité 'Wassiye' from Ma Ya
3:54am Pete Seeger 'Where Have All the Flowers Gone - Live' from More Together Again (Remastered)
3:51am Peter, Paul and Mary 'Puff, The Magic Dragon - Remastered' from The Very Best of Peter, Paul and Mary
3:48am Ray Kane 'Moana Chimes' from The Legendary Ray Kane : Old Slack Key
2:57am Dave Van Ronk 'Both Sides Now' from The Mayor Of MacDougal Street: Rarities 1957-1969