Programs Tagged With "Mental Health"
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Understanding teenagers: closing the generation gap
"The young always have the same problem - how to rebel and conform at the same time. They have now solved this by defying their parents and copying one another." ~Quentin Crisp
And isn't that the truth? As a mother of 6 and grandmother to 14, you can trust me when I say that I've seen it all.
Thankfully, I have 6 amazing grown children (my youngest is 20)and they have each managed to find ... (MORE)
Using Business Customer Service to Strengthen Your Relationships
Review of Business Customer Service and Communication Strategies combined with a Family-Friendly Training on How To Also Apply Business Strategies to Marriage and Personal Relationships. MarriageBiz speaking events include books sales of Dr. Stephanie’s MarriageBiz book with husband Brendan Knarr.
Audiences: Business and Sales Organization, Churches, Civic Groups, Marriage Seminars, Mental H... (MORE)
Transform Your Life by Choosing and Managing the Emotions You Experience on a Daily Basis
The quality of your life is determined by the quality of the emotions that you experience on a daily basis. If you daily experience feelings of sadness, anger, anxiety, failure, depression or other negative emotions, you will generally lead a miserable existence regardless of what is actually happening in your life, your career, your finances or your relationships. That job promotion is meaningle... (MORE)
Costly Consequences Of Bad Public Policy
Costs to our health care, schools, public safety, and justice systems are increasing every year with no significant change in outcomes.
A large & growing segment of dysfunctional America is a direct result of institutions creating exactly what they were designed to stop.
By failing to track and publicize what has been created, costs grow, prisons fill, and schools fail.
Mike clearly artic... (MORE)
Managing the angry or managing our own anger is no simple matter.
Anger is a powerful God given emotion. Anger, like fire, when mishandled can destroy beyond repair. However, anger like fire, when handled properly can bring tremendous good. The emotional habits we present in all relationships are rooted in childhood. As we know habits are difficult to change. After 20 years of working with initially resistant angry adults and teens I have a treasure chest f... (MORE)
Learning to Understand Children from the Inside Out
The prevalence of mental health problems in children and adolescents is increasing, almost exponentially. Many if not most of these youth have several reasons for their issues.
Mental health providers need more knowledge of the developmental, learning, and behavioral issues that can lead to mental health disorders. They need strategies for intervention and advocacy to help the lives of these ... (MORE)
Restortative Programming For At-Risk Adolescents
A lesson based program offering restorative solutions to inner city adolescents. We teach them how to rebuild their image. We provide solution based learning instruction in community and institutional based settings. We teach them how to harness positive results from aggressive behaviors. (MORE)
Get the Edge to Stand Above the Crowd
The Professional Advantage is a four-part series guiding basic personal introduction insights to achieve a lasting impression. From debutantes to collegiate and career professionals to health occupational and alternative sentencing clientele, the Professional Advantage provides an image edge to achieve desired job and career outcomes.
Hill, a former vocational counselor and mental health case ... (MORE)
Parenting in the Age of 'Todders and Tiaras"
FATLASH! is a memoir and a cautionary tale about the backlash that can result from regulating others people’s diets (especially children). It’s also about Karen’s real-life experiences in child beauty pageants and the way in which some parents live vicariously through their children.
This has been coined "Princess by Proxy" by Martina Cartwright who wrote the forword to Karen's book.
Take your life’s “garbage” and turn it into nurturing humus.
Using mistakes from his own life, including his medical practice, Dr. Kraus shows his audience how to turn the saddest, guilt, and blame into positive energy. His insight will allow others to move forward in positive ways despite the challenges all of us face in our lives.
Motivational and inspiring. Simple and straight forward yet this keynote or workshop provides tools anyone can apply to o... (MORE)