Living Well

  • Monday 11am-12pm
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Living Well explores the many ways that we can live well in our lives and in our community. Each week, Dr. Bob interviews a local guest who shares how they live well in their own life and how they inspire others to do the same. Listeners are welcome to call the show with questions and comments. Dr. Bob will also provide commentary, information from the news and internet, and local community events that support our ability to live well.

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Feb. 19 2017

Tyrone Greenlee is a native of Asheville, North Carolina and currently works as director of Christians for a United Community, a non-profit coalition of churches which mobilizes people of faith around issues of social justice focusing on dismantling racism and the disparities caused by racism. He also works as a mentor/mediator at the Francine Delany New School for Children in West Asheville. Tyrone is a community activist, having served on the boards of Children First, The Center For Participatory Change, and the WCQS Advisory Board . Tyrone currently serves on the boards of Just Economics, Green Opportunities, and Hands and Feet of Asheville. In addition, Tyrone volunteers with the Building Bridges of Asheville anti-racism organization. Tyrone is a member of the New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church where he serves on the Sanctuary Choir, the Men’s Choir, the Youth Ministry, and where he was ordained as a Deacon in January of 2012. He is also a member of Circle of Mercy Congregation in Asheville.

Living Well is hosted by Dr. Bob Hanna and airs on Mondays, 11AM-12PMEST, on 103.3FM and streamed on www.ashevillefm.org. Dr. Bob is a psychologist with a private practice in Asheville who uses a holistic, mindfulness-based and compassionate approach to helping adults and couples. Check out Dr. Bob's website, www.bobhannaphd.com, to learn about his services and listen to the fantastic archive of Living Well shows.

Feb. 12 2017

Corey Brown blends wisdom, humility and compassion as an accomplished counselor, teacher, guide, and mentor. With her natural gift of joyful and trusting connections with others, Corey offers an outstretched hand to anyone who is struggling to regain his or her wild, authentic self.

Corey's approach and methodology is born from Transpersonal, Psychodynamic, Existential, Jungian, Systems and Body Oriented theories. Additionally, she weaves in aspects of Eco Psychology and the Expressive Therapies to help her clients understand their personal story, how it shapes their current state of being and inspire healthy change. Since 2007, Corey has worked primarily in college health and wellness, private practice and as an adjunct professor teaching classes on the Biology of Human Stress, Art Therapy and Expressive Arts in Counseling.

Living Well is hosted by Dr. Bob Hanna and airs on Mondays, 11AM-12PMEST, on 103.3FM and streamed on www.ashevillefm.org. Dr. Bob is a psychologist with a private practice in Asheville who uses a holistic, mindfulness-based and compassionate approach to helping adults and couples. Check out Dr. Bob's website, www.bobhannaphd.com, to learn about his services and listen to the fantastic archive of Living Well shows.

Feb. 5 2017

Dr. Meg Hanshaw has been called an educational and wellness visionary for the 21st century, supporting all ages in understanding and living a healthy, empowered, purposeful life. Her mission is to have a profound impact on the health and education of the world by teaching and living the principles of the world’s happiest and healthiest people. Through her forward-thinking practice, she researches and lectures about how the heart-brain connection affects the development and prevention of chronic illnesses as well as how it affects our educational system.

In 2010, Dr. Hanshaw started an educational non-profit called i.b.mee. (I Be Me) that is dedicated to the intentional empowerment of children through shifting the educational system into a healthy and empowering one, ...one classroom at a time. She has developed a system of personal empowerment for teachers based in science using a coaching and communication tool called the WAVE Process™. This system supports teachers in truly empowering their students through connection. Meg enjoys speaking and teaching about the process of living a W.E.L.L. life and how it is all related to learning and the future of education.

Corrie Hill-Price is a passionate educator with 8 years of classroom experience in both private, charter and public schools. She holds a Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education from Clemson University. She has been with i.b.mee. for 5 years beginning with being trained as an Empowerment Teacher in a public elementary school and then moved into being the Secretary of our Board. She has now shifted into leading our W.E.L.L. Kids NOW Lab: An Alternative to School Suspensions. She strives to “Be the change that she wants to see in the world.” (Gandhi)

Living Well is hosted by Dr. Bob Hanna and airs on Mondays, 11AM-12PMEST, on 103.3FM and streamed on www.ashevillefm.org. Dr. Bob is a psychologist with a private practice in Asheville who uses a holistic, mindfulness-based and compassionate approach to helping adults and couples. Check out Dr. Bob's website, www.bobhannaphd.com, to learn about his services and listen to the fantastic archive of Living Well shows.

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