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Your #1 Podcast for health expertise, mentorship for therapists, and tools & resources to help you & your family live the vibrant life you were created for! The Dr. Jess Show with Dr. Jessica Papa, owner of Arancia Physical Therapy in Cranston, RI features top experts in health, wellness & business with a particular focus on Alternative Therapy, Pelvic Health & Chronic Pain.
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Ask Dr Jessica

Dr Jessica Hochman, Board Certified Pediatrician

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The “Ask Dr Jessica” is hosted by board-certified pediatrician and mom of three, Dr Jessica Hochman. In this podcast, you will hear her interview experts and share practical knowledge. Dr Jessica believes that, with greater knowledge, parenting worries lessen. She also believes that the less energy we spend on worries, the more we are able to enjoy the experience of parenting.
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Welcome to Senior Pastor & Founder Dr. Jesse L. Grice's podcast of True Vine Baptist Church, San Antonio, TX. TVBC is a family worship center for all believers of different ages, races, ethnicities, and cultures. Our services and small groups are designed to minister to the spiritual development needs of individuals, families, and communities throughout the San Antonio metropolitan area. We share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through biblical-centered worship, praise, and service. Our purpose i ...
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Dr. Laura Jacobsen, a pediatric endocrinologist at the University of Florida joins Ask Dr Jessica for a conversation about Type 1 Diabetes. She explains the differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes and the symptoms associated with type 1 diabetes. Dr. Jacobsen emphasizes the importance of a balanced diet and regular exercise in diabetes manag…
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This episode answers a question I get often- Do I coach men? The answer is yes! I am a mom of three young adult men, the sister of two brothers, and a wife. I am surrounded by men. As an institutional wellness leader for over twenty years, I worked with all comers. In honor of Father’s Day, Dr. Adam Was, joins me to chat about how coaching, which h…
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Do you struggle with family dinners? Would you like to enjoy drama-free mealtimes? Are your children picky eaters? Find more peace and presence around the dinner table. Listen to this discussion about how families can gather, cook, and eat healthier together. Dr. Jaclyn Albin, a med-peds physician at UT Southwestern joins us today. She is the direc…
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Ep 140 with Dr. Dawn Huebner, a clinical psychologist and author of mental health books for children (including the best selling "What to do when you worry too much") discusses her newest mini book series: Mini Books About Mighty Fears. This series addresses specific fears that commonly affect children. In this conversation we discuss 2 of her mini…
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Wishing is not indulgent or fluff. Wishing is powerful, strategic, and fun. Alexa Fisher is the founder of Wishbeads “the original intention-setting jewelry.” Her Wishbead bracelets are an integral part of my retreat business. My personal Wishbead bracelets are partly responsible for my big wish (dream) coming to fruition recently. Wishing is a for…
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Dreams are available to all of us but they don’t just happen by wishing, hoping, or luck. In this episode, Jessie shares how she manifested her dream of owning her own retreat space. She was inspired by others fulfilling their dreams. They helped her know that fulfilling one's dreams is possible. In sharing her journey she hopes to be the person wh…
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Summary This weeks podcast is with national treasure, Lenore Skenazy, who discusses the culture of fear and overprotective parenting. She shares her personal experiences and the backlash she faced for allowing her 9-year-old son ride the subway alone in NYC. The media jumped all over it, some even called her "America's worst mom", and this experien…
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In this episode, Dr. Elisa Song is a holistic pediatrician and discusses her new book, 'Healthy Kids, Happy Kids,' and the importance of understanding the gut-brain connection and the role of the gut microbiome in overall health. This conversation explores the gut-brain connection and the importance of supporting a healthy gut microbiome for optima…
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“What do you think is the biggest waste of time?" "Comparing yourself to others," said the mole.” ― Charlie Mackesy, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse Do you compare yourself to others? Feel like you don’t belong or are lesser than? In groups, do you feel like you are behind or don’t measure up? In this episode, we discuss the compare and de…
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Episode 137 with Dr. Iris Wang, an assistant professor at Mayo Clinic and adult gastroenterologist continues her conversation to discuss the diagnosis and treatment of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). We review treatment options, including laxatives, antidepressants, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and even hypnotherapy (Dr Wang is one of the few phys…
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When you decide to make a pivot as big as leaving your medical practice after 20 years expect scary. It takes time and courage. And, it just might turn out better than you expect. Even if your husband has an unexpected cancer diagnosis right in the middle of your transition. Coaching, mindfulness, and taking a pause helped Dr. Wazeka leave her empl…
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Episode 136 with Dr. Iris Wang, an assistant professor at Mayo Clinic and a general gastroenterologist and we are going to discuss her new children's book that teaches kids how to how to go to the bathroom. Many adults deal with constipation that stemmed from childhood, and Dr Wang explains how we can prevent constipation in early childhood, withou…
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Do you feel under-appreciated for your efforts on behalf of your family, your patients, and/or your institutions? Have your expectations of others in expressing their love, thanks, and appreciation been mismatched with what you perceive is "right" or deserved? Listen for tools, strategies, and a framework of understanding to help you move forward w…
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Are you ready to feel inspired?!? Episode 135 of Ask Dr Jessica with founder of Mother's to Mother's Dr Mitch Besser. Dr. Mitch Besser discusses his journey from being an OBGYN in the United States to creating the Mothers to Mothers (m2m) program in South Africa, which aims to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV . In this episode Dr Besser …
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Have you said “I’m sorry” even though the circumstance wasn’t your fault? Have you started off a conversation or a presentation with “I’m sorry?” Do you say "Sorry I’m running behind", "Sorry for taking up space or time in a group session", "Sorry for crying", "Sorry for not understanding", or "Sorry I am not available"? Listen to understand why yo…
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Part 2 of Ask Dr Jessica with Mike Rucker--the conversation continues about incorporating fun into parenting. Many of us parents are often so busy making a living, that it can feel we are not spending enough quality time with our children. Dr Mike Rucker explains the importance of valuing time over money --and the benefits of focusing on quality ex…
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An amusing discussion about mindful decision-making with 18-year-old Liam Mahoney, a high school senior. In this episode, Liam shares his college decision-making process. He showcases his extremely abundant mindset, his positivity bias, and why he chose to become a UC Berkeley 2028 rather than a UCLA 2028. Liam shares how he made an authentic decis…
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Episode 133 of Ask Dr Jessica with Mike Rucker, PhD, author of "The Fun Habit" . The conversation explores the concept of finding joy and pleasure in everyday life, rather than solely pursuing happiness as an end goal. He explains why we need to prioritize scheduling time for fun activities and creating core memories. Takeaways Finding joy and plea…
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Words of wisdom from a professional pivoter. In today's episode, we delve into the transformative power of pivoting in both life and career. Dr. Jillian shares strategies for embracing change, giving yourself permission, and learning to put your opinion above the opinion of others. Trigger warning: Blunt mentions of suicide and eating disorders occ…
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In this episode, Dr. Elisa Song discusses integrative medicine and its role in treating allergies. Dr. Song emphasizes the importance of addressing the root causes of allergies and using a combination of conventional medicine with alternative approaches to achieve optimal results. She also provides practical tips for managing allergy symptoms, such…
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Life, relationships, and medicine are full of urgency mismatches. Their urgency is not your urgency. Your urgency may also not be their urgency. Many things that feel urgent aren't urgent. How often do you receive emails and texts from someone wanting something from you urgently? What story do you tell about it? How do you feel when you receive the…
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Episode 131 of Ask Dr Jessica with Dr. Jill Campbell, a licensed clinical psychologist, shares her passion for teaching mindfulness to parents. Mindful parenting involves being present, non-judgmental, and empathic in the service of self-understanding and wisdom. By practicing mindfulness, parents can regulate their emotions and respond to their ch…
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Are you sometimes overwhelmed and depleted by the demands of caregiving for both your parents and your children? Does caregiving wear you down or cause stress and anxiety? Do you think YOU have to do it all? The inspiration for this podcast is the very full plate that we have both been living as caregivers for both aging parents and our own childre…
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Dr. Peter Gray, a neuroscientist and psychologist, discusses the importance of independence, freedom, and play in children's development. He challenges the cultural delusion of overprotection and highlights the low risks children face in the world today. Dr. Gray emphasizes the benefits of challenging and risky activities for children's growth and …
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Our special guest for this episode is Dr. Sogol Pahlavan. She is a board-certified pediatrician and a physician mindfulness coach, and TEDx speaker, co-founder of SoulpreneurMD and host of the Mindful Living Podcast. She’s a mother, a wife, a daughter of immigrant parents, and a managing partner of a pediatric clinic. She shares her journey of reco…
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Ask Dr Jessica episode 128 with Kelsey Mora, a dual certified child life specialist and therapist, discusses her work in supporting children and families facing illness and grief. She shares insights on how to talk to children about cancer diagnoses, emphasizing the importance of using clear and honest language. Kelsey also introduces her book, 'Th…
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The legal system is not medicine. Very little is in your control in a medicolegal cases. What is in your control? How you respond and whether you get help and support along the way. Mindfulness, self-compassion, therapy, and coaching are all key to staying as healthy, balanced, and buoyant as possible. Lawsuits pull the rug out from under physician…
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Do you struggle with sleep and your kids? Do you feel like you and your children would benefit from more rest? Katie Pitts, founder of Sleepwise Consulting, shares her journey into sleep consulting and her philosophy on sleep training. Katie reviews common issues that arise with children's sleep, and she provides valuable insights and tips. She als…
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"The life you lead are the lessons that you teach." Do you wish you had a more abundant mindset? Do you wish you were better at supporting other women and colleagues? Do you want to share mindfulness and coaching with loved ones and colleagues but struggle to do so effectively? Dr. Miriam Rhew is a pediatrician and an unconditional supporter of fri…
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We all “work” with our spouses all the time - we just don’t realize it. Even if you don’t run an actual business or LLC together, you work together as parents and intimate partners. Running a home and family is the equivalent of a small business. To work better with your spouse: Show up with mindful intention Choose the tone and energy you want to …
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Jennifer Tabbush shares her insights and advice on the college application process to help guide students find the best "fit" for their educational needs. Jennifer founded Headed For College to help families in need of expert educational consulting, college and graduate school counseling, and academic planning. In this podcast episode, Jennifer dis…
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Do you want your child to do and be more than what they are capable of? Have you yourself been indoctrinated into toxic achievement culture? Would you like to break free from the constraints of toxic achievement culture for yourself and your children? This episode is another in the Parent with Presence series. Our intention is to call out and ident…
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Pregnancy and childbirth bring incredible joy, but they also bring changes to our bodies that may not be discussed enough. In this episode, we'll unravel the intricacies of postpartum pelvic health – from the physical transformations to the emotional and mental aspects of recovery.We have a special treat for you today as we'll be joined by a women'…
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Drs. Lonnie and Paul Zeltzer are are pioneers in the field of pediatric pain treatment. We discuss many different ways to treat pain--including alternative, non-pharmacological approaches to pain management, including sleep hygiene, breathing techniques, hypnotherapy, placebo and mindfulness. They also explain when medications such as opioids may h…
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It is very hard for those of us in medicine to pause or slow down. We were trained and acculturated to think that the pause and rest are not worthwhile. We were trained to think that pausing and resting is complacent and/or lazy. If we were to pause or rest we would definitely fall behind. In actuality-- the more you do the more you need to rest. O…
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