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8 Wonderful years of hosting

Well if you told me that I would be doing podcasting hosting for 8 years already way back then, I would not have believed you.

My first show with Authentic You media was live and a disaster, but I prevailed 13 months of live podcasting, before going to my own network PLV Radio. That name changed 2 years later to Self Discovery Radio, then 3 years after that Self Discovery Radio/TV as I went into videos too. Shortly after that I changed it again to Self Discovery Media.

I have learned so much about myself, about human nature, about health, wealth, love and empowerment through the years that it inspired me to develop another platform to enhance my guest’s knowledge even further afield.

So two years ago, Self Discovery Community was blueprinted. Time always dictates when things should be ready to go further, and it took two years to find someone who would build a platform that could cope with the advancement.

It was meant to be ready for my 8 year anniversary on April 4th, but my developer is behind due to external pressures and working with someone who does not get technology.  ( as you can see by these sites I did myself)

So Discovering Communies.org will come to pass soon, but as I promised to deliver this content by now, I have made a makeshift site to hold the content for now till the new site is ready.  Here you will find the platform of intent and invite, we are open for business and as Self Discovery Media merges with the community sites, it will be easier to find those wonderful Mentors with their services, and our inspiring guests who share their Why with us on their extraordinary life journeys.

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So come to Selfdiscoverycommunity.org now and see what we are offering, and this will get switched over to Discovering Communities.org HOPEFULLy by May.

COME FIND SOME OF THE WONDERFUL SHOWS I HAVE DONE OVER THE LAST 8 YEARS.

WWW.SELFDISCOVERYMEDIA.COM/SHOWS

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All Secure Veterans Foundation

BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD with Tom and Jen Satterly

Sargent Major Tom Satterly came home a soldier and continued to soldier in his home life, it was all he knew but it was not working it was destroying his home. Find more of his story here.

Once he realized that he had to change or lose everything, he along with his 4th wife Jen started a foundation to help veterans and their spouses reconnect with each other on the home front.

JEN AND TOM SHARE THEIR STRUGGLES TO RECONNECT AND BRING ABOUT A FOUNDATION THAT HELPS OTHER COUPLES RECONNECT ON THE HOME FRONT.

ALL SECURE FOUNDATION (ASF) provides: 

– Workshop Retreats for Special Operations combat warriors and their significant others lead by Tom and Jen Satterly, along with trauma and marriage therapist, Stacey Stone. 

– PTS Resiliency Training for Active Duty Special Operations Service Members

– Resources for SOF couples and their families healing from PTS and TBI.
Where people can directly find our services and sign up with you.

https://www.allsecurefoundation.org

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VIRAGO. A division of All Secure Foundation Empowering Women to help their Combat Warrior Heal from PTS

https://www.allsecurefoundation.org/virago

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JEN SATTERLY ON VIRAGO SUPPORT FOR MILITARY FAMILIES.

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Dr Kitiboni Adderley

Dr Kitiboni Adderley, affectionately known as Kiti, is a holistic physiotherapist, health coach, educator, and mentor who focuses on cancer and diabetic rehabilitation. This dedicated professional has a magic touch, and combined with her knowledge and experience, makes her one of the best manual therapists in The Bahamas. She is highly trained in myofascial release and the McKenzie Method and is also certified in pregnancy massage and Kinesiotaping.

Kiti is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and a breast cancer and oncology rehabilitation specialist and is considered to be one of the leading physiotherapists in The Bahamas. She is also certified mastectomy breast prosthesis and bra fitter, as well as a custom compression garment fitter.

In 2004, Kiti opened Handling Your Health Wellness and Rehab where she is the senior physical therapist and has a dedicated team of therapists who provide a wholistic therapeutic approach to their patients.  Kiti believes that prevention is better than cure and that a wholesome approach of mind, body, nutrition, and spirituality play an important part in a patient’s progress. She has worked with athletes, children, the elderly and persons from all walks of life and her patients benefit from her caring and dedicated manner.  Kiti and her team would like people to make them a top choice when it comes to caring giving, recovery and wellness needs.

Their keen work with the lymphatic system, which tends to become compromised due to health issues common with cancer and diabetes, have set them apart from the ordinary. Handling Your Health Wellness and Rehab’s out-patient clinic develops and manages programs and therapies for those who have experienced post-mastectomy, or loss of limb, post-joint replacement, spinal surgery, traumatic injuries, chronic pain, and other serious conditions. Their work also includes sports therapy, home care and perinatal.

Prior to opening her rehabilitation business, Kiti spent four years under the tutelage of Erica Rolle as a Clinic Physical Therapist and workplace wellness educator at Doctor’s Hospital Health Care System in Nassau, Bahamas. There, she also worked in the in-patient setting with those who needed therapy for acute care, and for medical or surgical reasons, as well as in the outpatient setting, with those who had orthopaedic and neurological requirements.

Education and continuing education are paramount to Kitiboni Adderley. In 2000, she graduated from the University of The West Indies School of Physical Therapy in Jamaica and in 2017, she obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Utica College in Utica, New York. She has been a Certified Health Coach for the last five years.

Since 2000, she has attended numerous conferences and workshops locally and in the United States and is proud of her oncology training. She continues to dedicate her time and share her knowledge educating the public about wellness and how to manage chronic non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. Her podcast “H.E.A.R. (Health Education Awareness and Rehabilitation) Caribbean” highlights advice from medical and wellness professionals and education on various health concerns.

Kiti is a professional advisor of The Bahamas Breast Cancer Initiative Foundation, the One Eleuthera Foundation and a Susan G Komen Breast Cancer educator. She has served as president of the Bahamas Association of Physiotherapists for four years and currently represents the Bahamas at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy. She has worked with numerous National Sports Teams like Carifta, CAC and IAAF World Relays and has volunteered with the National Kingdor Parkinson Association.

Kiti’s memberships include The Bahamas Association of Physiotherapists, Jamaican Physiotherapy Association, American Academy of Physical Therapy, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Health Policy & Administration Section- American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Women’s Health, Oncology section, American Telemedicine Association and Empowering a Billion Women by 2020.

Kiti is married and the mother of three daughters. She enjoys immersing herself in nature, travelling, experiencing other cultures, reading, cooking and crafting. Her quiet time is spent meditating or practising yoga.

TUNE IN TO RECOVERING YOUR WHOLE HEALTH

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You can learn more about Kitiboni Adderley on Linked In or follow her on Facebook.Dr. Kitiboni (Kiti) Adderley, PT, DPT, CLT, CKTI 

Doctor of Physical TherapyCertified Lymphedema TherapistCertified Kinesio Taping InstructorCertified Edema SpecialistHandling Your Health Wellness & RehabNassau, Bahamas
Cell:(242)427-5820
Tel: (242)322-5496
Fax: (242)322-5497Immediate Past PresidentBahamas Association of Physiotherapy