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PTSD Interrupted?, with Carrie Epstein
Is the cycle of childhood abuse, trauma symptoms, and PTSD inevitable, or can five to eight sessions of treatment be enough to reduce a child’s symptoms?
Giving Kids Their Futures Back During the Holidays and All the Rest of the Year, with Michelle Miller, Ph.D., LCSW
For children who have experienced abuse, holidays can be fraught with painful reminders of trauma, so how do we help them cope with both the highs and the lows that
The Future of Possible in Children’s Advocacy Centers, with Ted Cross
Over the last two decades, a growing evidence base has demonstrated the effectiveness of the Children’s Advocacy Center model, but what do we still need to learn to improve our
Sticks and Stones … But What If Words Do Hurt?, with Yvonne Lei
Yvonne Lei joins us to discuss research into interpersonal discrimination and its effects on mental health, substance use, and well-being in young adults.
An Interview with Filmmaker Sasha Joseph Neulinger
We talk to Sasha Neulinger, director and producer of the acclaimed documentary, Rewind, about reckoning with his past as a victim of child sexual abuse and his inner journey to
Can a Pandemic Have a Silver Lining? with Dr. Danielle Roubinov
COVID-19 has upended our world, but Dr. Danielle Roubinov of the University of California says it has also forced researchers to innovate in ways that could help kids and families
The Meaning of Healing for Black Kids and Families, with Dr. Isha Metzger
Dr. Isha Metzger noticed that the gold-standard treatment for children delivered at Children’s Advocacy Centers wasn’t working for her clients and came up with a brand-new adaptation to serve Black
We’re Not All Having the Same Pandemic, with Rabah Kamal and Dr. Carole Campbell Swiecicki
Rabah Kamal from Kaiser Family Foundation offers insights into the impact of the pandemic on mental health, and Carole Campbell Swiecicki from Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center gives us the
The Family-Focused Advocate, with Libby Ralston
How can we get more child abuse victims and their families to participate in mental health treatment?