Acute American Anxiety, Kids with Special Needs, Helping Kids Open Up

Acute American Anxiety, Kids with Special Needs, Helping Kids Open Up

The Lisa Show

  • Sep 19, 2018 3:00 pm
  • 1:38:30 mins
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Acute American Anxiety (0:32) Thomas Plante, PhD, is a professor of psychology at Santa Clara University and at Stanford University. He directs the Spirituality and Health Institute at Santa Clara. Stress levels across the country are increasing. Dr. Plante shares some strategies for emotional well-being during these troubling times. Helping Children With Special Needs (18:27) Holly Anderson, author and motivational speaker. Improving Parent-Kid Communication (31:46) Erin Leonard, PhD, is a psychotherapist, author and mother. As parents we know that having a strong relationship with our kids is crucial. But we still ask ourselves, "Why won't they talk to me?" In a time when mental illness is growing among teens, we need to find a way to help our kids feel comfortable approaching us and opening up.  The Psychology Of What If (50:08) Dr. Glenn Geher is a professor of psychology and the founding director of evolutionary studies at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Living Off Of Bitcoin; Launching A Creative Business (1:07:17) Beccy Bingham

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