- Social Justice and Family Well-being (S.3, Ep.1) January 31, 2022
- A Closer Look at the Focus Forward Fellowship: A Firsthand Experience (Part 2) January 25, 2022
- Questions for Reflection (S.2, Ep.6) December 29, 2021
We offer podcasts and audio interviews on self-care and issues affecting military families where experts and highly respected professionals share their expertise and their insight. Some podcasts offer continuing education (CE) credits! Check each episode for specific details.
An exploration of personal and collective practices that empower us to work together to help each other, our families, and our communities improve our resilience and readiness in a rapidly changing world. Available on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher and Google Play
PCS (Permanent Change of Station) is a common term used in the military as service members and families transition to different duty stations. The phrase can also be useful in describing the transition military caregivers experience as they care for wounded warriors or individuals with special health care needs. Each episode features unique caregiver issues, tips, strategies, resources, and subject matter experts on a PCS Caregiving journey. Available on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher and Google Play
Each month hosts Dr. Barbara O’Neill and Molly Herndon explore recent professional development offerings by MFLN Personal Finance, discussing topics brought to light in recent webinars, and diving deeper into select personal finance topics. Dr. O’Neil offers tips, strategies, and additional resources as well. Available on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher and Google Play
This series can help you on your journey toward a more inclusive, culturally informed way of working. In 5 lively and free-flowing conversations, Dr. Phibbs shares tips, ideas, and resources to help you seek out diverse stories, practice humility, listen, ask questions and engage with others. Available on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher and Google Play
Host Alicia Cassels explores what keeps professionals engaged and thriving at work. She visits with individuals who excel in professional fields and interviews experts in medical, social, and management sciences to learn what works for them- and explore what might work for you. Available on Apple Podcasts.
Each Anchored episode focuses on real-life struggles and topics that many families encounter and offers practical solutions to lessen ripple effects. This MFLN Family Development professional development opportunity is designed to support and inspire those connected to military families. We invite you to sit back, relax, and get anchored with us! Available on Apple Podcasts.
Mastering the art of balancing work and life’s stressors can be an elusive task for us all. The phrase, “keep calm and carry on,” isn’t always easy. Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to the present moment with a non-judgmental attitude. In this series, mindfulness tactics are provided to help you discover and observe your reactions to life’s stressors and tools offered to help you respond effectively. Available on Apple Podcasts
Produced by MFLN Personal Finance, this series of brief episodes, 15 minutes or less, focus on managing family finances, each addressing common financial hurdles families face every day. Host Dr. Jennifer Hunter provides tips and resources on meeting financial obligations while saving money. Available on Apple Podcasts.
This 5 episode podcast series is part of the Building Networks for Resilience Learning Experience that first aired in 2018. A self-paced learning experience, the series also offers links to additional resources and reflection activities covering network and resilience-building practices.
In Let’s Talk Transitions the MFLN Family Transitions team share stories and educational interviews about serving military families in transition. Available on Apple Podcasts.
MFLN Nutrition and Wellness webinar presenters and experts explore current topics in the nutrition and wellness field.
What are others doing to build and strengthen formal and informal networks in their community and state? This short series interviews professionals working in state and local communities to learn how they support and serve military families.
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