• Follow CCPHP on Twitter
  • Visit CCPHP on Facebook
  • Subscribe to CCPHP\'s YouTube Channel
  • Subscribe to CCPHP on Vimeo

PODCASTS

Forming and reestablishing self-confidence with Karol Ward

Forming and reestablishing self-confidence with Karol Ward

Self-confidence is imperative for our personal and professional lives, yet many people struggle with it. Today’s guest, Karol Ward, LCSW is a confidence-building coach, trained therapist, author, and speaker. In this conversation, Karol and Susan discuss the connection between body and mind and how to better recognize the signals your body is sending you. Karol breaks down the definition of confidence, it’s importance for our wellbeing and ways of forming and re-establishing self-confidence and connecting with your own intuition. 

Learn more about Karol Ward and receive a free Stress Relief audio download: karolward.com 

Concierge Medicine and Healthcare for All Families

Concierge Medicine and Healthcare for All Families

Dr. Tom Ziering, who provides primary care, LBGTQ care, concierge medicine, and healthcare for all families while fostering strong doctor-patient relationships joins Enterprise Fit Radio. Dr. Ziering shares why he chose to focus on family medicine and his journey to concierge medicine, which gives him an opportunity to spend more time with his patients to evaluate their physical and mental health in a supportive, comfortable environment. For Members, key amenities of the program include extended visits, 24/7 direct connectivity to Dr. Ziering, CCPHP's SENS Solution® Wellness Program as an added bonus, and much more! Dr. Ziering describes how the concierge model allows him professional and personal flexibility, improved work-life balance and practice in a more integrated care model. Listen to the recording below. If you would like to learn more about how Dr. Ziering can help you achieve optimal wellness, fill out the form below and we will be in contact with you.
Motivating America to Get Fit with Sally Edwards

Motivating America to Get Fit with Sally Edwards

Today’s guest Sally Edwards, a professional athlete and Founder and CEO of Heart Zones, is on a mission to get America fit! From a young age Sally was passionate about sports and athletics, which led her to race professionally and co-found one of the first and now the largest athletic footwear retail stores in the nation, Fleet Feet. This conversation is all about exercise and health, while Susan and Sally discuss how to fit exercise into a busy schedule, the importance of setting fitness goals, and ways to safely exercise and prevent injuries while training. Sally also shares insight on using heart zones safely and effectively for fitness. Hear how Sally took a courageous step of finishing last at Danskin Women's Triathlon Series, and how it encouraged many women to pursue their goals.

Listen as Sally hands the mic over to Susan to also share why she decided to do a triathlon and how it has influenced her.

Find out more about Sally: https://www.heartzones.com/

Meditation & Mindfulness with retired Navy SEAL Commander, Jon Macaskill

Meditation & Mindfulness with retired Navy SEAL Commander, Jon Macaskill

Mindfulness and meditation can be powerful tools in coping with stress and anxiety, all while increasing focus and productivity. In this inspirational conversation, Susan is joined by Jon Macaskill, retired Navy SEAL Commander turned meditation teacher. Jon shares his journey into the world of mindfulness and how he transitioned from being a SEAL to teaching meditation. Susan and Jon discuss whether meditation works for everyone and how to begin a daily meditation practice. Learn how time spent on meditation can transform your life for the better, allowing space for calm and clarity.

Find out more about Jon: macaskillconsulting.com.

If you would like to learn more about the SENS Solution can help you achieve optimal wellness, fill out the form below and we will be in contact with you.
The Transition to Concierge Medicine with Dr. Annette Osher

The Transition to Concierge Medicine with Dr. Annette Osher

Dr. Annette Osher, MD, who leads her own internal medicine practice on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, focused on optimizing healthcare, providing concierge medicine, and fostering strong doctor-patient relationships joins Enterprise Fit Radio. Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Dr. Annette Osher discuss the following:
  1. Dr. Osher, why don’t’ you start by telling us about how you became a physician and a specialist in cardiology?
  2. What made you decide to transition to a concierge model? How did you see it benefiting you as a physician?
  3. What do you see as the key benefits to Members of the Osher CCPHP concierge program?
  4. How have your patients reacted to the change? How do you find that this model contributes to helping patients seek optimal health?
  5. What would your best advice be for other doctors who are considering transitioning to a concierge model?
Annette Osher, MD, received her Internal Medicine and Cardiology training at Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center and S.U.N.Y. Downstate Medical Center. Before beginning her medical training at The Medical College of Pennsylvania, Dr. Osher participated in medical research at Yale University School of Medicine and The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Upon completion of her Cardiology Fellowship, she began private practice in Manhattan with a clinical faculty appointment at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She is also the founder of Women’s Medical Practice P.C., a medical practice specializing in the healthcare of professional women. Dr. Osher is a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine and an Associate Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. She is now on the voluntary attending staff at Mount Sinai Medical Center and holds a teaching appointment with the Mount Sinai Medical School of the City University of New York. Dr. Osher’s medical expertise has been cited in various publications, including The Singer’s Guide to Complete Health and Discovering the Power of Self-Hypnosis. Currently enjoying over 30 years of medical practice, Dr. Osher has been appointed a House Physician of the Metropolitan Opera House. She has also been designated as one of the Castle Connolly Top Doctors®. If you would like to learn more about how a concierge model might be right for you, fill out the form below and we will contact you with more information.
Tools for Improving Sleep with Dr. W. Chris Winter

Tools for Improving Sleep with Dr. W. Chris Winter

In this episode, neurologist & sleep specialist, Dr. W. Chris Winter, dives deep into the topic of sleep. Hear about the most common misperception about insomnia, the influence of alcohol on sleep, and how we can determine if we are sleeping well. Dr. Winter talks about what sparked his interest in sleep research and shares a story about sleeping in a most surprising place.

Learn about Dr. Winter: http://www.cvilleneuroandsleep.com/

If you would like to learn more about the SENS Solution can help you achieve optimal wellness, fill out the form below and we will be in contact with you.
The Joy of Missing Out with Christina Crook

The Joy of Missing Out with Christina Crook

The first thing many people do when they wake up is check their phones. Browsing through your smartphone at the start of each day can make you feel stressed and overwhelmed. This episode is all about digital mindfulness, a practice that enables you to focus and concentrate by eliminating digital distractions and interruptions. In this episode we welcome Christina Crook, a writer, speaker and podcast host in the field of digital well-being. Christina shares how she took a break from the internet for 31 days and what that experience has taught her. She also addresses the impact of technology on our mental health and stress levels. Christina explains what the term JOMO (Joy of Missing Out) means and empowers listeners to take control over their digital health in order to live more mindfully. Susan and Christina discuss several ways to put digital mindfulness into practice, such as setting aside one day a week to unplug and how to clean up your digital space on a regular basis. Learn more about Christina and the #JOMO method: christinacrook.com
Food for mood with Dr. Uma Naidoo

Food for mood with Dr. Uma Naidoo

What are 3 foods to avoid in your daily diet? How does food affect your mental health? In this episode Susan is joined by Dr. Uma Naidoo, Harvard Nutritional Psychiatrist & Best-Selling Author as they discuss the connection between the food we consume & our brain function and how we can implement this knowledge to eat a healthier, more balanced diet. Dr. Naidoo shares her easy go-to recipes, ways to lower anxiety through diet and the power of meal prepping in adopting healthy eating habits.

Learn more about Dr. Naidoo: https://umanaidoomd.com/

  To learn more about how CCPHP can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle, fill out the form below, and we will be in contact with you.
Getting Your Environment Right for Sleep with Julie Wright

Getting Your Environment Right for Sleep with Julie Wright

A relaxing sleep environment is essential for a good night’s sleep. In this episode Susan is joined by Julie Wright, the founder of Wesleep and author of The Natural Sleeper. Julie shares how her personal struggle with sleep led her to become a sleep educator and ambassador. Susan and Julie discuss how to create a comfortable sleep environment, such as optimal room temperature for a restful sleep, whether it’s a good idea to use sleep tracking devices and how often you should replace your mattress. They also talk about the connection between cognitive behavioral therapy and sleep and how to stay away from sleeping pills by using natural solutions.

To learn more about Julie Wright and WeSleep: www.wesleep.co.uk

A mind-body approach to exercise with an Ironman Triathlon Legend, Mark Allen

A mind-body approach to exercise with an Ironman Triathlon Legend, Mark Allen

The Ironman Triathlon held on the Big Island of Hawaii, is the most difficult one-day sporting event in the world. In this episode of the SENSe of Wellness podcast, you will hear from Mark Allen, a six-time Hawaii Ironman Triathlon World Champion. Tune in to learn more about how Mark got interested in triathlon and how he started to find joy in physical activity. Mark shares his experience on quieting the mind during the race and finding motivation to keep going when you are feeling low. Susan and Mark also discuss tips on adjusting training and exercise as we age and why it is so important to prioritize a good night’s sleep.   To learn more about Mark: https://markallencoaching.com/ Fit Soul - Fit Body: https://www.fitsoul-fitbody.com/     To learn more about how CCPHP can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle, fill out the form below, and we will be in contact with you.
Font Resize