All posts tagged: Susan Murphy Milano

Beyond the Norm hosted by Chip Reichenthal

ImaginePublicity Guests on Beyond the Norm Talk Radio!

  While Beyond the Norm is a radio show historically geared towards paranormal research and it’s fans, host Chip Reichenthal is stepping out of this realm to do interviews highlighting what he terms “remarkable women.” ImaginePublicity and Delilah Jones had the great honor to be chosen as part of the series! Listeners will learn about the background of ImaginePublicity and how it was created circa 2008, a time when social media marketing was experiencing an increase, the process to become a selected client of the company, and how we work individually with clients to assist in their plans. During the interview it’s explained how clients qualify and how we start from where they are, using our combined skills, brainstorming, and collaboration to create strategies to become more exposed to targeted audiences using the services provided by ImaginePublicity. Some highlights of the discussion between Chip and Delilah! Background and creation of ImaginePublicity Client selection process Those seeking fame, media “fame whoring,” and the pitfalls Passion of issue oriented clients How to deal with negative remarks and emotions CUE Center for Missing Persons, …

ImaginePublicity Interviewed on Crime Time with Vito Colucci

  Old friend of ImaginePublicity, Vito Colucci, extended a warm invitation to be a guest on his weekly national radio show, Crime Time with Vito Colucci to be aired on Sunday, June 8 at 11pm eastern time. Join Delilah and Vito as we jam to the bumper music and talk serious issues! On my second appearance with Vito we talked in depth about CUE Center for Missing Persons, it’s founder, Monica Caison, and her 20 year work with families of the missing across the country. Listeners will learn about the special stresses a family goes through when searching for a loved one, and the “new normal” they must accept in their lives in order to go on. We touched on our relationship with the late Susan Murphy Milano and how, as ImaginePublicity’s first client, she helped pave the way for others to become involved as clients and how the company has grown since it’s inception in 2008. As seen in the client roster, there is a variety of personalities who come to the ImaginePublicity table as …

In Memory of Susan Murphy Milano

Today (Oct.28) marks the 1 year anniversary of Susan’s death. What better way to remember her than to read and learn from the posts that she left behind. There are literally thousands of messages from her at Murphy Milano’s Journal, all indignantly calling for the safety of abuse victims. “But for those fearful or unable to seek service from a domestic violence shelter provider, there is a book available that will take a victim from living in fear to a plan, with a roadmap to safety. ” MurphyMilano’s Journal DocumentTheAbuse.Com HoldingMyHandThroughHell.Com ConqueringCancer.Me Related articles The Roth Show: Anny Jacoby Discusses Personal Safety Planning for Domestic Violence Victims (imaginepublicity.com) Michelle S. Cruz Talks to Dr. Laurie Roth About Rights of Domestic Violence Victims (imaginepublicity.com) Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Change Is Here, Action! (imaginepublicity.com) Your Health is Wealth with Dr. Akoury: Domestic Violence Awareness Month (imaginepublicity.com) Neil Schori Keynote Speaker at “Take Back the Night” Event (imaginepublicity.com)

Women Who Love Psychopaths, Sandra L. Brown, Dr. Dalal Akoury, Your Health is Wealth TV, Susan Murphy Milano

Your Health is Wealth with Dr. Akoury: Women Who Love Psychopaths with Sandra L. Brown

Your Health is Wealth with Dr. Akoury NEW now broadcasting 7 days a week on WFXB FOX TV Special guest:  Sandra L. Brown, MA author of  WOMEN WHO LOVE PSYCHOPATHS Host of Your Health is Wealth with Dr. Akoury, Dalal Akoury, MD is fellowship trained and certified in anti-aging functional, metabolic and regenerative medicine, as well as having more than twenty years of accumulated experience in emergency medicine, pediatrics, and a master’s degree in public health. She has also served fellowships in pediatric hematology/oncology and has preformed research in leukemia and the effects of smoking. American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) Member of the Fellowship for Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine (FAAFM) Member of the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) Member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine(ACAM) Board Certified in Emergency Medicine (BCEM) Founder of AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center, Dalal Akoury MD offers integrative treatments for all conditions and diseases, as well as therapies for wellness and optimal health. Contact for appointment at 843-213-1480 or visit the AWAREmed website:  http://awaremed.com. Dalal Akoury, MD is available for local, national and international speaking or …

Dr. Laurie Roth, The Roth Show, ImaginePublicity

The Roth Show: Anny Jacoby Discusses Personal Safety Planning for Domestic Violence Victims

Join Dr. Laurie Roth weekdays at 7-10pm Pacific, 10pm-1am Eastern Listen LIVE or to the Archive:  http://therothshow.com Wednesday segment welcomes Anny Jacoby Domestic Violence: Has Anything Changed? October is traditionally deemed Domestic Violence Awareness Month for the purpose of gaining public support for the issue of family violence and seeking solutions to minimize the effects. Anny Jacoby’s background includes advocacy for women who have been mentally, physically and financially abused and assisting them with their personal safety planning. Anny Jacoby is a Community Partner with Document The Abuse, a group who is dedicated to using cutting edge resources to help victims of abuse safely leave a violent relationship by creating their individualized safety plan using the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit developed by the late Susan Murphy Milano. It’s been found that victims who are properly assessed and create the EAA as part of their plan stand a much better chance of escaping safely. Despite the enactment of legislation, funding, and efforts to educate, we have seen an increase in deaths related to domestic violence, oftentimes wiping …