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October 5 
Help for the Teen Years

Teenagers are suffering today more than in years past. Suicide rates of teens have reached new heights. Thinking about the fact that the teen years are already filled with changes that place stress on young bodies, the pandemic added to this stress along with the lack of social contact. Under such stress, it is little wonder that our teens need more help than usual. 

 

My show is usually about issues for the person who is pursuing a career. Yet, many of us are also struggling with children in their teen years. My intention to bring ideas and possibilities to our understanding of this time in their lives so that we can know better how to help them as we continue on our own careers. 

Dr. Poloma Torres-Davila holds her PhD in clinical psychology. She is a practicing psychotherapist who specializes in narrative therapy. She is also the Research Director of Centro Universitario de Servicios y Estudios Psicológicos (CUSEP). She is a board member of the Taos Institute. She has worked directly in treatment development for suicidal adolescents.

 

In her own words, she says, “I'm deeply committed to the healing and continuous development of communities, organizations, and individuals, by translating my vast myriad of clinical knowledge to multiple settings.”   

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Paloma Torres-Davila

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October 5- At the time of the show (Wednesdays at noon Eastern) we'll also be streaming to my YouTube channel and LinkedIn.  Or download the app e360tv and watch live on your phone under "Fresh Takes". And if you join via YouTube or LInkedIn, you can ask questions or tell us what you are thinking! 

 

 

Send me questions or topics you would like to have discussed on a future show. Send your ideas to madelyn@madelynblair.com. Thanks!

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Strategies & techniques to tap into the knowledge and guidance available to us all. Free gift from Lisa: https://enlightenedlifeacademy.com/5-easy-steps-meditation-free/

Reflections from Listening

Kay Lindahl

Meaning is important to all of us when we think about it. Discover the role of listening in finding meaning.

 

Live the Life You Aspire

Marietta Vix

What does embodiment mean when it comes to helping us be our aspirations?

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Creating Peaceful Homes

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Find out what it means to create a ‘peace room’ in your home and the impact it has on your family and relationships.

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Form & Freedom

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References for those who want even more:

 

•   Dr Stuart Brown quote: "The opposite of play is not work - the opposite of play is depression.” Is from his book Play: How it Shapes the Brain, Opens the Imagination, Invigorates the Soul:

•   “Why humans totally freak out when they get lost” https://www.wired.com/story/why-humans-totally-freak-out-when-they-get-lost/

•   “Why are we all working so hard?” https://www.ft.com/content/e9835846-d88c-4947-a5ee-33a378ff9f65

Video shown in the episode: The Next Normal 

 https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6898884275144413184/

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Hows and Whys of International Assignments

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Ultralearning

Scott Young joins Madelyn & Ed Hoffman 

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