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With a strong clinical focus, The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health will be an independent journal with an international perspective. The monthly journal will present the most influential and innovative practice-changing original research, as well as authoritative reviews and insightful opinion pieces to promote the health of the whole child, from the fetal period through to young adulthood.
 
Based on the hugely popular RCH Kids Health Info fact sheets, the Kids Health Info podcast explores common topics and concerns with experts in children's health. Your hosts Margie Danchin, Lexi Frydenberg and Anthea Rhodes are all paediatricians and mums, so they know first-hand what keeps parents up at night. Every episode features guest experts in a range of child and adolescent health specialties, and lots of practical tips and advice. To view the Kids Health Info fact sheets visit: www.r ...
 
Join me, John B. Fletcher, a Counselling Therapist and avid fly fisherman as we go fishing for mental health. I will be interviewing prominent mental health figures across North America; for example, best-selling author and clinical psychologist, Dr. Jody Carrington; internationally renowned adolescent mental psychiatrist and Canadian Senator, Dr. Stan Kutcher; director of the Resilience Research Centre and Family Therapist expert, Dr. Michael Ungar, just to name a few. We will cover topics ...
 
As a parent, do you ever wish someone could just whisper some realistic and trustworthy support in your ear? And not make you feel awful for not having all the answers? Well, that’s what I’m here for. I'm Dr. Aliza Pressman, developmental psychologist, parent educator, asst. clinical professor, and co-founder of both Mount Sinai Parenting Center and SeedlingsGroup. And I'm a mom... trying to raise two good humans myself, so I'm in this with you! In each episode, we'll go deep (but brief) wit ...
 
Total Teen Health and Wellness is a biweekly podcast for parents of teenagers to learn more about medical and mental health issues in their children. Dr. Shanna Garza, an Adolescent Medicine physician and expert, provides essential education and helpful guidance to parents to help them better understand how to empower and encourage their teen children to live healthy and balanced lives. Parenting the whole teen requires moms and dads to know about the physical health and mental well-being of ...
 
Raising Parents is a Self-help podcast for parents. Dr Saloni Singh, India's leading life, self-mastery and family coach, an authority on parenting and mental health, talks about life and parenting, to simplify ways to handle mental, emotional and relationship challenges, whether you are parent of a toddler, tween, or adolescent. Saloni is on a mission to help parents raise themselves to be their best and happiest version so they can naturally raise happy children.In season 2, Saloni is inte ...
 
The Trauma Therapist | Podcast is a podcast about the human spirit. Join Guy Macpherson, PhD at traumatherapistproject.com as he interviews thought-leaders in the fields of trauma, mindfulness, addiction and yoga and we learn about the journeys of these passionate mental health therapists who dedicate their lives to helping those who've been impacted by trauma.
 
"Answers Network" radio show was born out of a desire to help guide parents and adolescent services industry professionals alike to professional resources as they face critical moments with their children and/or clients. The show addresses issues such as locating your runaway teen, family crisis intervention, building self esteem, dealing with addictions, international parental abduction and the many of the "everyday" concerns of parents and teens. We will also introduce you to specialized s ...
 
I’m Rebecca Smith, your podcast host, and High Performance Coach. I’m Director of Complete Performance Coaching and founder of The #PerformHappy Community. Maybe you’re a gymnast with a fear of going backwards. A swimmer who can’t seem to go any faster. Or a parent who is clueless about how to help your child succeed. You might be stepping up to tougher competition and looking to raise your game. Whether you're struggling with a mental block, or you just had the best season of your life, thi ...
 
We focus on bridging the gap between rigorous research and best practice relating to children's mental health. We hold a body of knowledge and act as information hub for sharing best practice to benefit all of those who work with children. Visit our website (https://www.acamh.org/) for a host of free evidence-based mental health resources.
 
The real stories of adolescents who made life-altering choices – from hacking to terrorism – that led to disastrous results. Journalist Dina Temple-Raston goes beyond the headline-grabbing effects to talk with the young people about the causes of their decisions. She also dives into the latest science to explore how the adolescent brain contributes to risky behavior and how we can help it choose more wisely. Learn more at Audible.com/adolescentbrain.
 
That’s A First is a podcast where the firsts of some of our favourite people are revealed. From occupational hazards, adolescent mishaps and romantic tragedies, comedians Maisie Adam and Tom Lucy explore the moments that make up our lives and shape us into who we are, one guest at a time.
 
Lifelong friends Julie and Meghan talk life, womanhood, and all those feelings and thoughts most of us have but keep to ourselves. They use journals Meghan has been keeping for over three decades as a jumping off point, wandering into tangents and sometimes heavy territory, bringing levity and having some laughs along the way. Don’t be shy. You know you feel the feelings.
 
Hi and welcome to the playful psychologist podcast with Emily Hanlon, where we will cover all things related to child and adolescent psychology! This weekly podcast explores topics related to child and adolescent psychology. It covers developmental disorders, self-esteem, resilience, emotional well-being, and more. Each episode will guide you to more information via The Playful Psychologist website including blog posts, free resources, and so much more!! The podcast’s website features releva ...
 
260 episodes of approximately 2 to 3 minutes each to encourage and inspire anyone working with adolescents. 40 years of collated education/teaching/coaching/youthmentoring/leadership research and experience linked to the latest adolescent brain research. Mini lectures/Training/ a different concept to share thoughts and ideas. A Mentoring Tip is included in each episode. Interact at www.facebook.com/robin.coxmentor or www.yess.co.nz
 
For more than 20 years Roy Petitfils, LPC has worked with teenagers as an educator, youth minister and today as a counselor in private practice specializing in adolescent and family therapy. He offers insight to help you understand today's teens with practical tips, tools and strategies to help you communicate with, discipline and positively influence the teens in your life.
 
Children don’t come with an instruction manual, and the reason for this is that not all children are the same. If anyone tries to sell you a notion that there’s one way to parent, there isn’t. Good parenting involves being able to react and respond in a flexible way to the issue that your child is displaying. In light of this complexity, the ‘Asking for a parent’ podcast will describe the most common and complex child rearing challenges and provide better ways for listeners to understand a c ...
 
Described as ‘Adrian Mole’ meets ‘Bridget Jones’, ‘The Icarus Complex’ is a coming of age, candid, reflective, humorous, but equally honest, heartbreaking and never before told account about the pitfalls of relationships and pride and navigating life growing up as a black male and it’s stigmas as well as bringing to light what can happen when even the most once innocent and carefree person decides to bite off more than they can chew and the devastating consequences thereafter.
 
A podcast hosted by a Canadian Paediatrician, Dr. Richa Agnihotri, aiming to bring parents accessible, evidence-based information. The podcast covers a broad range of topics related to child and adolescent physical and mental health. Dr. Agnihotri will share information and interview experts with the goal of providing caregivers tools to will help optimize their child(ren)'s health.
 
Welcome to The Fearfic Podcast, where talking Basement goo Slimebeast, inebriated interstellar traveler Abysmii, and irritable ghostly creep Dead Palette, read all stories horror and Internet related, paragraph by paragraph, and mess around while they do it. From adolescent revenge fantasies to subtle post modern narratives about real life events, and everything in between, we read it and critique.
 
Roots of Sexual Abuse is a CDC funded, multi-method, cross-sectional research study of adolescent males who have sexually abused children, sexually assaulted peers or adults, and/or committed other types of criminally delinquent behavior. The study applies attachment theory to identify the unique and shared risk factors for adolescents perpetrating child sexual abuse, sexual assault, and delinquent behavior. In his presentation, Charles Helm, MA, will discuss findings from over five years of ...
 
Fortnightly-ish podcast re-un-reviewing the musical roadmaps our of adolescent lives. For advertorial opportunities please contact Evan at evanjhillporteus@gmail.com. RUR logo designed by Dave Wells. Check out Dave's stuff over here: www.instagram.com/beakfoundry/
 
Helping Others Succeed by Sharing Success! This is Learn from Others where we interview a cross-section of successful individuals so you can learn from their experiences, achievements and even their mistakes. We ask four questions that will educate and inspire! Greg Stanley will be your guide as we join our guest on a journey from adolescent daydreaming to success in today’s world. Join us on this adventure as we Learn from Others together!
 
Meet the authors behind award-winning young adult literature! These interviews are available from AdLit.org. To see a transcript from these interviews, to find out more about each author, or to watch the full interview, see AdLit' Books & Authors section. AdLit.org is a national multimedia project offering information and resources to the parents and educators of struggling adolescent readers and writers. For more interviews with young adult authors, visit us at www.AdLit.org, a national edu ...
 
The 10th and final book in the series for adolescent girls sees two of the three cousins react to atrocities in World War I by volunteering in the Red Cross. Written under the pseudonym of Edith Van Dyne, this is the 1915 version, which reflects United States' neutrality. A later version, published in 1918, differed significantly to reflect changes in the position of the United States. (Summary by Lynne Thompson)
 
Every generation strives to make the lives of our children happier, healthier and more productive. From cases of otitis media and current lipid management strategies, to the latest treatment options for traumatic brain injury, and the manifestation of rare chromosomal abnormalities, ReachMD explores the realm of children's health with a balanced lineup of leading medical experts in pediatrics and adolescent medicine. Join us to learn more!
 
Your teenage years? A tragedy. But that was long ago. In Roast of Your Teenage Self, host Alise Morales combines tragedy and time to get to the comedy of errors that was your -- and hers -- and everyone’s teenage years. Each episode, Alise and her guest break out some teenage talisman -- whether an old photo, a high school heirloom, or other knick knack associated with adolescent anguish -- and use that as a way in to roast the unique, but somehow universal, tribulations of being a teen.
 
Black girls have a voice that is separate from that which the media portrays. There are many young women contending with issues that are greater than what previous generations have had to contend with. This podcast aims to highlight the voices of black adolescent females as they anonymously share their day to day experiences for our learning. With both individual and parental consent, black girls (ages 13-18) now have a space to discuss life experiences, current events and issues most pertin ...
 
Join Owen Shapiro in this journey of discovering, dissecting and analyzing pop culture through his unique and sharp, adolescent point of view. There are so many shows out there that focus on analyzing and criticizing the entertainment industry, and we will do that too, but we will also want to understand why and how film, music and games are made. What makes people fall in love with them or hate them. For Owen, movies are his life as well as the process of making movies, he is all about unde ...
 
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Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode Let’s be honest–the pressure of the college application process is enough to drive anyone crazy. Both you and your kids might find yourselves losing sleep and shedding tears over the endless rampage of SAT scores, personal essays and scholarship applications. It’s so inte…
 
The Rei Man back, baby! Let’s get that going as a thing! The Rei Man! Did this recent update of the Doom franchise improve the basic game mechanics? Does the lore add much to the game? How do we all feel about “The Rei Man?” Most of these questions are answered and more! Tom Reimann: https://twitter.com/startthemachine Michael Swaim: https://twitte…
 
EPISODE DESCRIPTION In this episode, I talk about my own experience with Mindful Meditation, the benefits of rolling this out in schools and a quick review of a great Mindfulness resource, A SPECIAL THANKS I would like to extend my gratitude to Anglophone School District - North, in New Brunswick, Canada, for making this podcast possible. ASD-N is …
 
Psychologist, Author and Mindfulness Expert Dr. Elisha Goldstein merges fields to help families navigate the world of anxiety in both caregiver and child. Visit Gemmist with code RAISINGGOODHUMANS for 20% off and free 2-day shipping. www.tonies.com with code humans20 for 20% off your order. www.withagency.com/humans for your free 30-day trial. And …
 
ఈ ఎపిసోడ్ లో సింపుల్ స్టెప్స్ ద్వారా తిరిగి అడాప్ట్ అవ్వడము గురించి డిస్కస్ చేసాను.
 
The best cinematography is the one that most faithfully reflects what the director seeks to convey. Andrew Wehde is a cinematographer, known for his work on Bo Burnham's Movie, Eighth Grade, and for the Netflix series, Grand Army. He entered the Digital Cinema Program in DePaul University, one of the most important digital schools. In that place, h…
 
Gospel Identity Catechism for Teenagers: Who does the Spirit say you are? One who is washed and clean Who does Jesus say you are? One who is forgiven and righteous Who does the Father say you are? One who is an adopted child of God Who are you? A sinner saved by grace More Rooted Articles: Let Them See You Sweat: Humbling Yourself in Front of Your …
 
Let’s clean up our act. Julie and Meghan broach bad English, emotional baggage (aka “experience”), incriminating library check-outs, an unexpected college-age pregnancy, judge-y friends, and irresponsible man-childs. Plus, commentary on a Dear Abby letter and so much more. Grab your security blanket and have a listen! Read along in Vespers: Volume …
 
On this week's episode of The Playful Psychologist, I explore executive functioning skills and how you can help kids develop strong executive functioning skills. This episode is based on a blog post, written for my website, by Alexandra Finkel from NYC. You can follow @kindmindstherapy for more information on Alexandra and her clinical work. Execut…
 
Oh great. The Nazi one. Michael and Abe dissect the very problematic production of Apt Pupil as well as the differences between the film’s execution and the novel. Did y’all know that David Schwimmer is in this? Crazy. Anyway, we also decided which Stephen King adaptation we’ll cover next time! So, you know, you can watch it before! See! We’re prep…
 
Self-harm or self-injury affects 15% of teenagers today. In this episode, Dr. Shanna Garza, Adolescent Medicine physician and expert, discusses how self-harm stems from maladaptive coping skills. Teens who self harm often have underlying mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders or a history of trauma. Parents are understa…
 
Strap on your best kicks! Sarah Griffith and Bridgett Greenberg join forces once again for their THIRD Small Beans show, Shooting Threes! The idea behind this podcast is to cover trilogies, one installment at a time. Listen in to these auditory dunks, swishes, and dimes? It’s a basketball theme. We made logos and everything.They of course decided t…
 
I loved having Jackson on the podcast. He pretty much represents everything I'm attempting to do with this podcast: He's bringing honesty, courage, humor and dedication to his work, and for that reason I know you're going to enjoy this episode. I can't wait to have him back! Jackson is a Counsellor and a psychotherapist at Find Reason Therapy, a pr…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode With so much fake news flying around on social media and the internet becoming more and more politically polarizing each day, it’s easy to be worried about whether or not our teens can think for themselves. On top of online influences, teens are also susceptible to pressu…
 
Willie Muse of College Humor drops by and graces us with several pieces of rough stuff. In this episode, he tells a tale of trying to be the hero of camp and his brother’s tale of an inappropriate walk during a funeral. Plenty oofs this time around. Maybe some yeeshes. Features:Willie Muse: https://twitter.com/Williesillie2Sarah Griffith: https://t…
 
What are the latest data trends with COVID and children? What vaccine related issues have arisen? We answer these questions and more!Quick hits1) Sequelae following a moderate to severe COVID infection continue to plague medical systems. In a new study in the British Medical Journal, we see a 14% increased risk of developing new onset clinical cond…
 
What are Tantrums. what do they look like, what is typical and when should you worry? Renowned Child Psychiatrist Dr. Helen Egger talks us through tantrums, from tears to thrashing to head banging and breath holding. www.ancientnutrition.com with code HUMANS for 20% off your order. And to revitalize your joints, skin and hair use code HUMANS for 20…
 
Saloni Singh is in conversation with Master Coach & author, Leon VanderPol, founder of Centre for Transformational coaching, as they explore about the shift in being, human evolution, raising one's consciousness and parenting from a loving presence and awakened state. Takeaways: *What is self-evolution and growth? *What is holding space for our lov…
 
Did you ever suffer from a cold sore caused by the herpes virus? If so, this audio newsletter is for you. We go through all of the current data regarding cause and treatment.Herpes Labialis is a common recurrent irritation for many children and parents alike. The Red Book, the bible of pediatric Infectious diseases, is the best resource for underst…
 
Never before was the phrase "art imitates life" so precise. Denise Grayson began working as a lawyer but soon turned to being an actress and producer. She has a broad career in theater, television, and a prominent appearance as a lawyer on The Social Network, from David Fincher. Founder of Denise Grayson Productions, her films in development includ…
 
We were honoured to spend some time talking to Professor Jess Deighton, Professor of Child Mental Health and Wellbeing at University College London and Director of the Evidence Based Practice Unit at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, about the role schools play in mental health, and on school-based interventions. Jess talks …
 
In this episode we talk to Minister Roderic OGorman about his role as Minister for Children, Inclusivity, Diversity and Youth. He discusses what it was like growing up in Mullhudart and his journey into politics. He discusses the challenges of Ministerial duty in a Pandemic and discusses how the last 14 months have impacted Irish children. He discu…
 
In this weeks episode of The Playful Psychologist, I explore anxiety and how it presents across the lifespan, by asking the popular question, can anxiety be cured? This is a question I get asked about a lot. And the short answer for me, is No. Keep in mind that ‘cured’ implies that it will never return, and I don’t believe a person who experiences …
 
Betches co-founders Sami Sage, Jordana Abraham and Aleen Dreksler stop in to talk about their high school years! From teaching kids how to use condoms by using wooden models to being on the developmental badminton team. An episode you don't want to miss. Subscribe! https://bit.ly/RoastYourTeenageSelfPodcast Follow Alise! Twitter: https://twitter.co…
 
Abe brings the story of the plagued production of Jan De Bont’s Twister. Not only was it rife with poor weather conditions and rough terrain, but choices made by the production and director made work unbearable for the cast and crew. Adam and Abe also discuss the purview of the director, when it’s invalid, and how to fight for your vision without c…
 
Changes in eating habits can be very common in childhood but in some instances these changes can be the early signs of disordered eating and eating disorders. In this podcast episode we sit down with Dr Michele Yeo, a paediatrician at the RCH who specialises in adolescent health, and in particular eating disorders. Michele discusses how parents can…
 
Becoming an Empowered Empath: Setting Clear Boundaries & Embodying One’s IntuitionShow Guest: Wendy De RosaEmpaths deeply feel the emotions, needs, and pains of those around them, from individuals and communities to the world itself. But this gift can feel overwhelming when they take on the energy and experiences of others as their own. This overse…
 
In this podcast we talk to Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke, Professor of Developmental Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience at King’s College London, and Editor in Chief of the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP). Edmund talks us through the purpose of his latest JCPP editorial ‘No pain – No gain’ – Towards the inclusion of mental he…
 
Michael has nearly two decades of experience working with children and families in a variety of settings, including as a Multi-Systemic Therapist, Clinical Director, Children’s Pastor, Camp Counselor and speaker. After serving as a Children’s pastor, he went on to obtain his Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. F…
 
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