Podcasts

When Kids Talk of Suicide – Shrinking It Down

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As the summer fades and we move into Autumn, activities in our lives start to build up and so can the stress. Perhaps this is one reason that September is national Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

Summer Challenge: Come Together for Mental Health – Shrinking It Down

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We shouldn’t need science to tell us that getting together with other people is beneficial.

Illuminating Mental Health Through Art – Shrinking It Down

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At the Clay Center, we often stress the importance of creativity for supporting healthy youth development and community relationships. So, we’re thrilled to have socially engaged multimedia artist Elisa H.

The Senior Prom: A Joyous Rite Of Passage Or Nightmare For Parents?

Intro music written and performed by Dr. Gene Beresin.
Outro music performed by Dr. Gene Beresin.

It’s the weekend before your kid’s senior prom. You and your wife are having a typical evening at home, perhaps watching a movie with your youngest daughter. And, there’s a kind of tense silence you remember all too well.

Understanding ADHD – Shrinking It Down

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We all get distracted and disorganized. Today, it seems more than ever with digital media consuming our lives.

It’s the Time of the Season for… Mental Illness – Shrinking It Down

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Flowers are blooming. People are smiling. On the surface, it seems as if spring is the sweetest season of all. And while it is rejuvenating and joyful in many ways, it’s also associated with the highest rates of psychiatric issues.

Discipline and Punishment – Shrinking It Down

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Punishment. It’s not the most fun part of the job, but parents know they have a responsibility to discipline their kids when they do something that’s not right – stealing, hitting, staying out past curfew.

Admissions Scandal, College Pressure, and Mental Health

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On today’s show, Dr.