Doctor Neha: Hi everybody, it feels like it’s been a while. It almost feels like I should start with “Hi—I’m back!”
2020 has been quite a year. I had videos and newsletters in queue to launch for you, but when COVID hit, we all transformed to living in the moment and anything that was pre-scheduled or pre-planned became irrelevant. And just like everything else in our world, I shut down—quarantined—and my newsletters and communication did as well.
Doctor Neha: Hi everyone and welcome. Today, I have a special guest Alise Cortez. Alise has her own radio show and we did an interview together. And so during the COVID pandemic, I’ve made a new friend and I want to share her with all of you.
Doctor Neha: I’m in Aspen right now, and there’s going to be some sounds because we’re filming outdoors. So I’m just going to let you enjoy those.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody today we’ve got a wonderful guest. Juliana, welcome. Thank you. And, uh, Juliana, what have you been thinking about? What uh, what communication question, what health question, what’s on your mind?
Dr. Juliana: Well lately what I’ve been thinking about is my sugar addiction. It’s really bad. I mean, I know it sounds a little dramatic, but it’s really bad.
Well that is just coming right out of the gate. How did you diagnose yourself?
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome. Today we have a special guest, Christin. Christin, you’re an RN, right?
Christin: No, I’m not. I work in administration. I am the regional director for difference, diversity and inclusion.
Doctor Neha: Diversity, inclusion…okay. Well, all of you who are doing this class Self-care in Health Care, I put everybody from all disciplines together. I find you incredibly compassionate and connected. And so my natural assumption was that you were an RN.
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome. Xenia is our guest today.
Doctor Neha: Xenia is a nurse and she was one of the women in my pilot program as I began to research and study how to best create a power handbook for women, as well as a way to help us heal in the chaos of the world that we live in. She’s a brave soul who’s willing to ask her questions so other people can learn.
Doctor Neha: Welcome, today you’re going to get kind of an insider look of a discussion between two health professionals. We want to share with you our discoveries when we became the patient. So this one is a little bit different. I know you’re used to hearing health professionals speak from the place of healing others. It has been quite an awakening for both Kim and me—welcome, Kim.
Kim: Thank you, Neha.
Doctor Neha: —to actually be on the other end of things.
Doctor Neha: Hi, everybody. I’m in Costa Rica and I am with Erica at this lovely retreat center. And we were having such good discussions that I thought we should record this and share it with all of you. So, Erica, tell us a little bit about what we were talking about.
Erica: We were talking about how both of us work in fields where we’re always in our left brain—right-wrong, data, how to do things a certain way.
Doctor Neha: Hi, everybody and welcome. We have a returning guest, Jacob. Jacob, so glad that you had another question you’re contemplating and were willing to do it out loud so other people can learn. What are you thinking about?
Jacob: First, thank you for having me again. It’s always a pleasure. My question or concern is actually kind of more of a story. I’ve played tennis my whole life, pretty much since I could walk. I had been born with the racket in my hand.
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome everybody. Today we have a very special guest. I’d like to introduce all of you to Raj Sisodia. Welcome Raj.
Raj Sisodia: Hi Neha, and hi everybody.
Doctor Neha: So this is a really special week because I got my hands on a copy of your new book, The Healing Organization, and it launched today. And I am so happy to be able to talk to you and to share this with so many people because I cannot tell you how many people,