ORDINARY PEOPLE. EXTRAORDINARY STORIES

About the Show:

Every Sunday morning @ 7 -8 am , join Silva Harapetian and her special guests sharing their stories.

She is  committed to helping entrepreneurs amplify their impact in the world. She teach people how to use their voice to broadcast their story, live a purposeful life and become a powerful influence in business.

Premiering Sundays, at 7-8 am PT. Tune in online at Socalpersian.com

670 AM or on Mondays

@ 9-10 pm PT on SoCalarmenian.com 95.5 FM HD3

Program will be in  English.

About the Host:

About the Host/Journalist:

About Silva Harapetian

Silva Harapetian is an Emmy nominated journalist, award winning producer and Amazon Best Selling Author. She has spent 22-years in front of the camera and behind the scenes in the TV industry.

Born in in Iran, a Christian-Armenian, she witnessed a revolution, lived through a devastating war and escaped terrifying political and religious persecution. Against all odds, Silva paved a path to stardom as one of the very first Armenian- Iranian-Americans in the broadcast news industry. Silva has worked as an award- winning journalist for CBS, ABC and NBC and FOX affiliates across the country. She is a television personality and speaker who has also been featured in online and print magazines as well as television and radio shows, globally including NBC’s “The Today Show” with Kathie Lee & Hoda and syndicated talk show, “The Nate Berkus Show.” Silva founded the Silva Media Group, a production company committed to producing content for minority and socially conscious entrepreneurs.

EXPERIENCE

Present, Entrepreneur

OWNER, SPEAKER – Silva Harapetian FOUNDER – Silva Media Group FOUNDER – Media Mastery Institute CEO – Epic Storytelling Academy AUTHOR – Tell Your EPIC Story AUTHOR – Highway to a New You

1998- 20018

MIAMI, FL – WFOR-TV (CBS) DETROIT, MI – WDIV-TV (NBC) AUSTIN, TX – KXAN-TV (NBC) LAWTON, OK – KSWO-TV (ABC) BAKRSFIELD, CA – KGET-TV (NBC) FRESNO, CA – KMPH-TV (FOX)


November 22, 2020

Episode 12 – Where is Home? The Immigrant Experience of Feeling Displaced.
The War in the Caucasus region between Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan has displaced more than 100-thousand people. Some people in anger and defiance have burned their homes to the ground. The displacement of people has created renewed feelings of anxiety and fear among immigrants communities.
This week’s discussion is with psychotherapist Adriana Karapetian who specializes in working with immigrant and displaced communities. She says, if communities become aware of the pain and do the work to heal out of the transgeneration trauma can come a sense of resilience and hope.
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September 6, 2020

How to Survive Anxiety and Stress Triggered by Trauma

Dr. Adriana Karapetian is a counsellor and Information Officer with MCAP and BSc and over 15 years of experience. She has clinical expertise in Depression, PTSD, anxiety, dementia, impact of NCDs, dual diagnoses, Family Therapy, CBT, Suicide Risk Assessment (SRA), Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) and more.

 

ABOUT THE EPISODE: 

Immigrant communities traumatized by war and conflict are being triggered by the impact of the pandemic and the racial injustice. For many the circumstances are awakening transgeneration trauma causing them to relive their past. These emotions can cause heightened sense of instability, anxiety and depression. Dr. Adriana Karapetian talks about the signs, triggers and what we can do to better cope.

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August 23, 2020

ORDINARY PEOPLE. EXTRAORDINARY STORIES:
Everybody Has a Story, What’s Yours?

 

We are digging deep into our archives featuring some past stories that have touched our hearts and mind. We hope you enjoy it.
Story 1:
How to Overcome Grief: William the Veteran
Story 2:
How to do What You Love: No Name Pub
Story 3:
How to Find Peace: Addicted to Stress
Story 4:
How to wait for love: A Couple’s Love Story
Story :5
How to Find Happiness: The Story of a Bathroom Attendant
Story 6:
How His Attemp at Suicide Saved Him: One Man’s Journey to Greatness
August 16, 2020

This Episode:
How to Survive Anxiety and Stress Triggered by Trauma

Immigrant communities traumatized by war and conflict are being triggered by the impact of the pandemic and the racial injustice. For many, the circumstances are awakening transgenerational trauma causing them to relive their past. These emotions can cause heightened sense of instability, anxiety and depression. Dr. Adriana Karapetian talks about the signs, triggers and what we can do to better cope.

 

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