Dr. Laura Rubin, a licensed clinical psychologist/neuropsychologist, explains how re-framing memories can create new interpretations of the past which can contribute to our well-being and growth.
Talk Categories: Mental Health
You’re seven years old and are about to hear an owl for the first time — wouldn’t you be excited? Many adults remember childhoods filled with time outside, but childhood in today’s world is far different. With today’s children spending 90% of their time inside, we need something as exciting as owls to spark our interest in the natural world and rekindle our relationship with nature. Join Emily Calhoun on an owl prowl and discover the incredible superpowers of owls that can help us get outside, have fun, and appreciate the many benefits of time spent outside.
Mental check ins for children are not required until the age of 12, resulting in only 15-20% of children with mental disorders being treated. Psychotherapist Ben Hillyard explains why mental check ins should be a part of a child’s annual wellness visit.