Tampa, Florida USA – Christine Gregory Campos of socialmediats will interview Genita Petralli, Lic. H.H.P., N.C., M.H. her book “Alcoholism and The Cure” and the details of addictive biochemistry on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 12:30 p.m. EST.
Christine, of socialmediats, and Dr. Petralli will talk in detail about her proven orthomolecular alcoholism treatment program that cures alcoholism by healing the physical and mental bio-pathways damaged by alcohol abuse thus relieving the effects of alcoholism symptoms created by long-term drinking and truly breaking the addiction! Topics will also include identifying how Dr. Petralli uses social media to deliver these cutting edge insights and findings. For more information on this broadcast, visit socialmediats talk radio.
Genita Petralli is a board certified Holistic Healthcare Practitioner, Nutritional Consultant, and an orthomolecular nutritionist who specializes in addictive biochemistry. She is founder and president of Alternative Approaches to end Alcohol Abuse. AAAA facilitates The 101 Program; the proven orthomolecular treatment that cures alcoholism and addictive biochemistry of which Ms. Petralli is author and Program Director. Dr. Petralli received the Human Rights Award, 2010.
AAAA is dedicated to the research in the genetic and earned biochemical markers that define addictive biochemistry, the damage that alcohol toxicity inflicts on the body, and the orthomolecular protocols that influence body, mind and spirit to answer the foundation’s ground-breaking findings with a cure.
The Shangri La Bio Spa & Resort, where Dr. Petralli is the Medical Director, is a Green Body & Mind Healing Center Featuring Internationally Acclaimed Treatment Programs for Alcohol, Drug and Psychiatric Medication Detoxification. Orthomolecular Neurochemical Rehabilitation (the biochemical solution) & Counseling Strategies (the consciousness / psychological connection) proven to successfully treat both addiction and adverse mental health symptoms ~ all coming together to treat the body and mind for full resolution of symptoms and addictions.
Correction – The press release mistakenly refers to Genita Petralli, H.H.C.,N.C., M.H. as Dr. Petralli when she is not a doctor. We apologize for the error.
Tampa, Florida USA – Christine Gregory Campos of socialmediats to interview Dr. David Kipper the Co-Author of “The Addiction Solution: Unraveling the Mysteries of Addiction Through Cutting-Edge Brain Science” on socialmediats talk radio Thursday, 6/21/12 2:00 PM EST.
socialmediats talk radio will be discussing with Dr. Kipper the scientifically proven fact that addiction is an inherited, neuro-chemical disease originating in brain chemistry, determined by genetics, and triggered by stress.
Join Christine, of socialmediats, as she talks with Doctor Kipper about how The Addiction Solution introduces a revolutionary scientific breakthrough – a stunning new medical paradigm that finally frees patients from the on-again off-again treadmill of addiction. For more information on this broadcast, visit socialmediats talk radio.
Dr. Kipper believes that every patient is unique and that they need individualized care designed specifically for them. David Kipper, MD, practices internal medicine in Beverly Hills and has treated addictive disorders for more than 20 years. Dr. Kipper is a member of the California Society of Addiction Medicine and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. He has appeared on the Today show and contributes to the Huffington Post. He lives in Los Angeles and hosts The Medical Show on KABC.
Tampa, Florida USA – Christine Gregory Campos of socialmediats to interview Marney Perna of Kinique Natural Therapies on socialmediats talk radio Thursday, 6/14/2012 at 8:00 a.m. EST.
socialmediats talk radio will be discussing with Marney the role stress and stress management play in your health. Marney is a qualified natural therapy practitioner whose specialty is stress management. She combines her kinesiology skills, life experiences and intuition to gently guide her clients to great health.
Join Christine, of socialmediats, as she talks with Marney Perna about how too much stress can be fatal and how she embraced technology including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as some of the ways to build her profile and increase the exposure of her business. For more information on this broadcast, visit socialmediats talk radio.
Marney is a workshop facilitator presenting De-Stress Fun-shops and speaks at various Expos. Already a published author, her latest book called “Too much STRESS can be Fatal!” is due for release later this year.
Her natural therapy business is called Kinique, a name which she made up from combining Kinesiology and uniquely for you. Her clinic is located in Mango Hill an outer Brisbane North suburb and modalities include Kinesiology, Ear Candling, Emotional Stress Release, Foot Detox Spas and Angel therapy.
One of the best venues to market a business today is by utilizing the power of social media. Social Media has become a business marketing requirement rather than an option. Businesses that do not have a social media presence are missing out on viral exposure as well as growing their existing customer base, peer referrals and brand reputation management. Many businesses have figured out the need to be on social media, so they have jumped on the bandwagon and signed up on several of the top sites. The interesting fact I’ve noticed as an internet marketing, social media marketing professional, is that because social media is “free” many businesses just jump right in with no realization of terms and conditions and real rules that exist governing the social media sites. I was inspired to write this article this morning, as here I am working on a customer’s site this morning, always have my Facebook open, and I just noticed a local business that just set up a “personal profile” for their business. This is a major violation to the terms and conditions of Facebook. Personal profiles, i.e. where you add friends, are for people, not businesses. Businesses need to set up business pages and invite people to Like their page a.k.a. brand. Setting up just a business page with no personal account attached is rather tricky, but can be done. However, in social media marketing circles, including Facebook, this type of setup is really not recommended. The whole preface of Facebook and social media is that it is based on people. Many business owners do not understand why they would want to attach their personal profile to their business page. Many privacy issues are often raised regarding this objection. The truth is, if you are using social media to promote your business, then whatever information is posted to the personal profile should not be of a confidential manner. The easiest way to understand this philosophy is that behind every business are people. Social Media is about people. Social Media for the most part provides completely free exposure for your business. There is one major caveat to this FREE, i.e. knowledge and time. If you have set up a ‘business account’ using a personal profile (where you add friends), this account is currently in violation with Facebook terms and conditions. The risk is that it can take a few months to attract friends to this page, which really are clients, not friends. If Facebook identifies this violation, they will shut off any accounts with no questions asked. Be sure to read all the terms and conditions of any social media site before activating a profile. If you are a company with employees, be sure to have a social media policy in place. Make sure that you do not set up two Facebook accounts, one for personal and one for private use. The time and effort you spend in building your presence on Facebook is just too valuable to jeopardize. The value of your business can skyrocket by using social media correctly, but if used incorrectly, it can cause harm your business as well. Zappos is a company that used social media correctly. What is it worth to your business to use social media correctly?