Emilia Flint & Michele Clodfelder

May 26, 2020

In The Moment … May 26, 2020 Show 824 Hour 2

When is the best time to work on your closest relationships? Is the stress and isolation of the pandemic changing how we feel about the people we choose to spend our lives with?  These guests are here to answer your questions about love and partnership. Emilia Flint is assistant professor of psychology at Black Hills State University. She's also a licensed psychologist at Black Hills Psychology. Michele Clodfelder is a licensed professional counselor and a certified Equine Assist Therapist at Black Hills Psychology.

Arts & Lifestyle: May 2 - 8

May 8, 2020

Relationship and community during the pandemic are the focus of this week's In the Moment Arts & Lifestyle Podcast.

Romantic Relationships During A Pandemic

May 7, 2020
Black Hills Psychology

In The Moment … May 7, 2020 Show 812 Hour 2

How has the coronavirus affected your current relationship at home? Perhaps both are working from home and are spending more time under one roof together than before. We are now forced to connect with loved ones in ways that we certainly aren't used to. Michele Clodfelder is a licensed professional counselor with Mental Health for Black Hills psychology. She joins us today with a therapeutic look at love inside a pandemic.


Laura Vostad: Dealing With Conflict In Business

May 4, 2020

In The Moment … May 4, 2020 Show 809 Hour 1

These days there seems to be an outpouring of conflict. What is conflict and how do we navigate our way through it? Conflict could be from business to personal relationships and can even be good. Laura Vostad is a learning and development manager at Raven Industries, she designs and facilitates learning solutions for all levels of the organization and joins us now.

Sanford Health

Sex is not a dirty word. Dr. Laurie Landeen joins In the Moment host Lori Walsh for a conversation about sexual health, breaking conversational tabboos, and how healthy intimacy can help you live longer. 

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In The Moment ... April 4, 2017 Show 064 Hour 2

We make room for some improv and spontaneity with this week’s episode of The Potluck Society. Hugh Weber is the host of the Potluck Society and an SDPB contributor. Today we talk about how the play of our childhood translates to creativity as adults. Plus, In the Moment host Lori Walsh takes on Hugh’s action antidote challenge by calling her brother  to talk about creativity and being in the flow of play.

The question of what women want is one that both men and women find frustrating. Rapid City author and counselor Evelyn Leite asked women the question and used insights gathered from their answers along with decades of counseling experience for a new book delving into the issues that plague many relationships, Women: What Do We Want?