January Jones sadly Remembering 911
On September 11, 2010, for the nine-year anniversary at Ground Zero, Melissa spoke the names of those who passed on 9-11. She said her aunt’s name and a special message. That was live coverage presented nationally and internationally. One of the biggest losses Melissa has had to deal with was losing her aunt, Arlene T. Babakitis on September 11, 2001.
That day was a day no one will ever forget. Fox News interviewed both, Melissa and her mother, Evelyn Pettignano, for their Fox News Documentary in regards to the 10 year anniversary of September 11, 2001 for Bill O’Reilly’s, What’s Happening Now. Melissa and her mother shot a documentary film in New York City, entitled, Forever Changed 911 in Remembrance, in regards to 9-11 for ACLJ- American Center for Law and Justice. tags: 911, tribute, sorrow
Depression & Robin Williams
January Jones OCD with Jeremy Bennett
January discusses with Jeremy Bennett the tragic and devastating death of Robin Williams due to depression.
Jeremy Bennett has become one of Canada’s most prolific experts and speakers on mental health, particularly anxiety and depression. Having been diagnosed at a young age with a severe form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, anxiety and clinical depression, he knows first hand the deliberating effects of mental illness. Jeremy also knows the strength of the human mind and the ability to overcome mental illness. By using the techniques and living the lifestyle he now teaches, he overcame what doctors told him he could not. Jeremy’s mission is now to help as many people as he can overcome mental illness. His presentations throughout North America are not only changing lives, but also saving lives.
Jeremy’s first book, The Power of the Mind: How I Beat OCD, has helped thousands of people.
Tune into The Nancy Ferrari Show on Tuesday, October 14th, 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET airing live on www.W4Cy.com and www.K4HD.com as Nancy’s featured guest is Patti Cotton, life coach, mediator, speaker and international leader. Since Patti’s youth, the quest for potential and impact has placed Patti alongside heads of state from around the globe to solve problems creatively, and to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. She has served in various leadership positions in the United States and Europe, and led a young and inexperienced team to raise the impossible goal of $25 million when the experts said it could not be done. This belief in “what can be” ultimately drew Patti to work with individuals and small groups, empowering them to step into more of their own potential to make a difference.
Patti is known by her clients as the “Breakthrough Expert.” These clients are typically successful decision-makers who are ready to step into more of their potential. She helps them reach their goals effectively through breaking through old, self-limiting beliefs and behaviors that no longer serve them. Patti draws from more than twenty-five years in leadership roles, stateside and abroad, in the areas of diplomatic relations, and corporate non-profit and for-profit administration.
Patti holds Master’s of Science degress in Organizational Management and Development (Fielding Graduate University) and english Literature (La Sierra Unversity). She holds certifications with the International Coach Federation at the PCC level, and she is also a certified mediator with the State of California. Patti is a guest instructor at various universities for advanced coaching methodologies, conflict coaching, and mediation.