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I am Steph! Thank you for being here! I am an occupational therapist, reiki master, specialised kinesiologist, hypnotherapist, and above all, a human being learning to express my authentic self! I specialise in neurodivergent affirming practice and trauma informed care. I am an AuDHDer (Autistic and ADHD) I also have CPTSD and a dissociative disorder. This podcast was named Alphabet Soup after I looked at my diagnosis rap sheet! I then realised none of this defined me, and I felt called to s ...
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Do you like true crime? Do you at least kinda know your ABCs? Then you're in the right place! Each episode will explore different murder cases. My research guided by a different letter of the alphabet.
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Join Neva Hidajat on Alphabet Soup: A Mental Health & Medicine Podcast, in a series of short and sweet, weekly episodes, we learn about a wide range of topics from cancer to sudoku seizures, health myths, positive ideas for mental health and more that will feed your curiosity! Instagram: @alphabetsoup.podcast https://www.alphasoup.co/ email: neva.hidajat@gmail.com
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Alphabet Soup is a talk show which focuses on the writing of MFA Creative Writing students at UBC. Topics include events happening in the program and the Vancouver art scene while promoting the writers and the genre which they are working in.
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In this episode I share about beginning treatment for my scoliosis. I address the feelings associated with having an invible disability suddenly become a whole lot more visible! Another raw one here... Thanks so much for listening. Connect with me :) www.sgroccupationaltherapy.com Email: hello@sgroccupationaltherapy.com Come and join us on the soci…
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Join me and the beautiful Zara as we talk about parenting neurodivergent children, discovering our own neurodivergence along the way and the amazing power of connection with those we feel safe around! Zara is such a soothing presence, and her energy is such a pleasure to be around! You can find Zara and her powerful work on Instagram and Facebook j…
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This was another uplanned episode, brought about by a loss in my family. Here I explore the experience of grief for neurodivergent people and how this can look different to what we might expect. If you are experiencing grief, it is okay to ask for help. Lifeline: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636 Connect with me :) www.sgroccupationaltherapy.com E…
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In this epic chat, Tilby (OT) and I dive into the concept of living the way we teach, walking the walk, showing ourselves the compassion and nurturing that we need in order to fill our cup and be our best selves for those we serve. We spoke about the core of OT as being a part of who we are, not just a profession and how our own experiences of the …
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Here we explore neurodivergent connection styles or neurodivergent culture... I chat a bit about info dumping, special interests, parallel play, body doubling, penguin pebbling and support swapping. Do these resonate with you?! HERE is the link to get the new Neurodivergent Friendly Self Identity Exploration Tool https://connect.sgroccupationalther…
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Join me and the amazing and inspiring Rhiannon Crispe, founder of the OT Lifestyle Movement, as we discuss the importance of moving from a model of dependence to a model of dignity and how we can empower all people to be explore their true authenticity and purpose. Rhiannon shares her journey of how she came to embody her connection to what it mean…
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This episode was not the plan... But it is real. It explores the concept of radical self acceptance. I share how things are going; the good the bad and the ugly. I also share some persecttives that help me get through when it feels a bit tough. Thanks for listening and for holding space for me to unmask and begin to practice radical self acceptance…
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Join me and occupational therapist, Natalia as we explore all things holistic OT, neurodiversity, spirituality, unique expression, connection and humaness! Natalia is based Darwin in the Northern Territory and shares generously about her own experiences and how this has shaped the way she practices. We explore the importance of therapeutic use of s…
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This is a little a reflection on the effects of masking, the burnout that can come from it, the retreat into isolation and then the feeling of wanting to seek connection again... Does this resonate with you? HERE is the link to the webinar I mentioned, Authenticity and Connection. Feel free to share your thougts! Big love, Steph Occupational Therap…
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Join me in this inspiring interview with Bree Ridgeway. Bree is a 33-year-old lawyer who loves animals, being outdoors and generally learning in any capacity! Bree was identified autistic at 28 years old and openly shares her journey of discovering how she fits in the world and how her autistic gifts have helped her get to where she is today! Thank…
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This audio guides you through a body scan to practice getting in touch with your body and listening to your body cues about regulation. When we can listen to our body and understand our sensory needs we begin to learn how to meet our needs before the body and brain become dysregulated. You can do a quick body scan anywhere and I recommend doing the…
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In this episode I begin exploring the concept of masking for neurodivergent people. What is it? Why does it happen? Why is it so draining? What does that mean long term? Of course, there's another analogy in there too! Thank you for being here! Big love, Steph Occupational Therapist Here is the link to the Authenticity and Connection Webinar I ment…
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Do you use an iPhone or an Android phone? What about a Mac or PC computer? This episode explores the concept of the Double Empathy Problem using a basic technology example! I have also linked a PDF all about this which you can share with anyone you think may benefit from learning more about the Double Empathy Problem. Stay safe and curious! Steph x…
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Welcome to the Alphabet Soup Podcast! In this bite sized episode, I give you an introduction to who I am, what we're doing here (or the plan anPodcast | SGR Holistic Occupational Therapy (sgroccupationaltherapy.com)yway) and a story behind how I decided on the name 'Alphabet Soup!' I am super excited to go on this journey with you! Thank you for be…
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Any Marvel fans? Because today we're talking about Thor. (spoiler alert) In the latest movie, when Thor's ex-girlfriend Jane reappears, she possesses the power of Thor. However, every time she wields the weapon, her health is drained and her stage 4 breast cancer worsens. Jane is a symbol of strength and weakness, and is therefore just like the res…
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Scott Greenberg is a motivational speaker and business expert who battled cancer - twice. Learn about his mindset and how he was able to connect the dots between the lows and highs of his life. While his experiences with cancer have become influential experiences to draw from, he refuses to let those low moments define him. For more about Scott vis…
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Recent findings show that throat cancer, once thought to be caused by tobacco and alcohol, may be related to the presence of HPV. Neva talks about what this means for parents who are being advised by physicians to let their kids be vaccinated for HPV. Could a silent stigma around LGBTQ+ related topics influence parent's concerns? #pridemonth…
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Everyone deserves to be happy. Research has shown that happiness in cancer patients can improve their outlook on treatment and life. How can we pursue happiness? A Portuguese study gives insight into two concepts of happiness in the cancer patient: self-perception and health literacy (knowledge). You'll find that these concepts are applicable to an…
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The pandemic has changed many people's lives, for cancer research, it has brought a $200 million dollar decrease in donations... In an effort to combat this, on March 19th 2022, 75 people in Norfolk, VA go bald to fund childhood cancer research and clinical trials. Through events like these, people are proving that a bad situation can bring us clos…
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Lisa shares her unique story of fighting through several rounds of chemotherapy and how cancer changed her outlook on life as a daughter, wife, mother, and friend. I learn the importance of blood transfusions and bone marrow transplants in treating leukemia. To become a bone marrow donor visit: https://www.giftoflife.org/about/history To become a b…
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Decades of cancer research made developing the mRNA vaccines used to combat COVID-19 possible. In turn, the pandemic opened the doors for rapid development of vaccines, which is critical for treating cancer patients. Today, Neva talks about how mRNA vaccines are extremely promising in curing the worldwide leading cause of death. Follow Alphabet Sou…
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Join Neva as she talks to Becky Dolman MSN, RN, FNP-C about pediatric hematology/oncology nursing. How have remission rates improved? What is realistic advice for families dealing with childhood cancer? Childhood cancer prevention? How does childhood cancer treatment differ from adult cancer treatment? In a field that offers rewards and challenges,…
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Join me as I talk with Jeremy Godwin about Growth! We give insight on how to leverage both the growth and fixed mindset to capitalize on self awareness and realize your growth is limitless. Jeremy's Website: https://letstalkaboutmentalhealth.com.au/ Jeremy's Instagram: @ltamentalhealthKirjoittanut Neva Hidajat
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Hey! I’m your host Neva Hidajat and I’m thrilled to begin creating season 2 of Alphabet Soup. If you follow me on Instagram, @alphabetsoup.podcast, you’ll know that the theme of this season will be Cancer. According to 2020 Global Cancer Statistics, the disease affects an estimated 19.3 million people worldwide. Of course, these numbers are devasta…
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Holliday- induced stress is the worst. Today's episode covers ways to ease your holiday stress through simple methods! Also covered is a list of scientifically-proven healthy gift ideas for your loved ones. Some NY Times recommended books for healthy living: - How to Change: The Science of Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be – Katy M…
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Join Neva as she talks about the intriguing possibility of ghost surgeries. What kind of dilemma would propel a surgeon to swap patients mid-surgery, without the consent of the patient? Ultimately, could ghost surgery be the right decision depending on the circumstance? Listen to the episode to find out how Neva reasons through this moral gray area…
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As over 20 school districts extend Thanksgiving Break to a full 10-day holiday, some teenagers may be experiencing something reminiscent to the isolation of quarantine, this time, with the heightened anxiety of FOMO! Neva talks about how she is trying to make this Thanksgiving break a therapeutic reset by setting some goals. Listen for more!…
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Today we explore the ancient practice of bathing in mineral waters! Balneotherapy is one of the most luxurious ways to relax and has evolved into a popular method in many countries from Belgium to Japan today! We'll also talk about how you can experience balneotherapy from the comfort of your own home. Hit play to learn more!…
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We rely on a transactive memory network to remember information; or rather, where to find the information that we need to remember. Our tendency to transactive memory is changing the way our brains work! Daniel Wegner, the professor of psychology at Harvard who coined the term, also questions whether our memories are being negatively impacted... Fi…
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Leukemia is the umbrella term for cancers of the blood cells, it weakens the immune system, makes the body vulnerable to infection, causes feelings of dizziness, fatigue, and more. Today we talk about a historical event (the bombing of Hiroshima) that continues to affect descendants of the victims today through and increased risk for developing leu…
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How the lack of education and a lack of perception creates the mental health stigma. The solution to erase it? Starting, encouraging, and participating in responsible conversations. !!! September is National Suicide Prevention Month. visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/promote-national-suicide-prevention-month/ for more info on how to parti…
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An astounding 81% of Americans today are smartphone users, and 79% of them are active on social media platforms. Even comparing 30 years ago to today, we can observe how much smartphones and social media have consumed and transformed our society. Positive: increased connectivity and negative: higher potential risk for mental health problems. These …
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Story about a 19-year old university student who overdosed on soy sauce and faced life-threatening conditions all because of a dare. The power that peer pressure holds on us, and how we can work to exert positive peer pressure instead. Subscribe to Alphabet Soup Podcast on SoundwiseKirjoittanut Neva Hidajat
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Sudoku - the greatest worldwide puzzle sensation since the Rubik's cube - was the trigger for one man's clonic seizures. The patient was skiing when he got caught in an avalanche and suffered 15 minutes of oxygen deprivation. Brain damage was certain, but why sudoku seizures? Find out more in today's episode! Subscribe to Alphabet Soup Podcast on S…
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Before, mental health disorders were thought to be caused by individual factors. However, scientists have long realized that these conditions tend to run in families, suggesting a possible genetic correlation. Neva explores the genetic variations that serve as a link between five mental disorders: autism, ADHD, bipolar disorder, major depression, o…
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The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are here! Athletes have trained their whole lives to make it to the Olympic Games. Today on the show I share some of their stories of endurance. #simonebiles #michaelphelps #lydiajacoby #aliphinetuliamuk #kevinmcdowell Subscribe to Alphabet Soup Podcast on SoundwiseKirjoittanut Neva Hidajat
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It's a fact that EVERY single human being on this planet has their own unique set of strengths. Neva talks with special guest Michael Beavers - a leadership and life coach, and CEO of a strengths-based organization - about how you can better use those strengths as your own "superpowers" and more. Subscribe to Alphabet Soup Podcast on Soundwise…
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Anorexia is a condition that has been heightened by Society's pressures and social media. We live in an increasingly "Anti-Obese" world that internalizes the fear of being called "obese" in some. Social media posts of what we are "supposed" to look like place unrealistic standards in our minds. But what was our downfall can be our solution. Find ou…
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White noise can optimize your focus and learning abilities! Studies also show that white noise helps people sleep... I can't help but wonder what benefits a white noise power nap could reap? Finally, while some kinds of noises (like the distracting sound of your co-worker sipping coffee) are good to drown out, Steve Jobs reminds us to never let the…
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Wonder why you're feeling more exhausted after your naps? It could be that you're trigerring sleep inertia by waking up while you're in your deep sleep! Learn the secrets of Power Napping to feel more invigorated! Also, Alphabet Soup's website is up! Check it out for more info on power napping, your host, and the show at https://www.alphasoup.co/ S…
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Many people are searching for a way to describe the feeling that you aren't worthy of something... If this sounds like you, you'll want to listen to this episode. Feeling like an imposter in an area out of your depth is surprisingly common, in fact over 82% of people will encounter Imposter Syndrome at least once in their lives, including me. This …
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Neva learns from Dr. Mark Reeves, a cancer surgeon, and Dr. Michelle Reeves, A family medicine specialist, about the value of eating a plant-based diet + daily exercise. Discover what the doctors have to say about Beyond Meat and hear about the doctor's journeys and favorite quote, (hint: it's by Abraham Lincoln), in this very special episode! inst…
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