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Inclusive Education Project Podcast

Dec 4, 2018

Teenagers and their emotions can be tricky. That's why if you notice any major social or emotional changes in your child, it’s important to know how to provide the necessary support to help them work through any issues in a healthy manner. So what’s the best way you can help? Our guests today offer their professional insight on what services are available and how schools and parents can help teenagers. 

We’re joined by Dr. Kyle Bond, a Registered Psychological Assistant, CA Board of Psychology and Dr. Adrianna Holness, Clinical Psychologist. Dr. Bond and Dr. Holness work at emPath Clinical Services helping children and adolescents.

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What We Discuss in this Episode:

  • The struggle that young boys and teenagers deal with when it comes to their manhood
  • Do young boys exhibit different behaviors than young girls when it comes to processing their anger?
  • Why it might be better to have your teenager fight and argue with you as opposed to just shutting down
  • At what age do kids start showing signs of adhering to gender norms?
  • What causes withdrawal from social situations like sports in school?
  • When is a good time to intervene when you notice an issue with your teenager?
  • Do you blame yourself for your child’s misbehavior?
  • The value of seeking help from a therapist who works with adolescents
  • What can schools do to help students struggling with social and emotional issues?
  • What can parents do to help extend the benefits of therapy even when the kids are at home?
  • How can emPath Clinical Services help?


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