In this issue: Laundry and Loot: Care Counts Laundry Program by Whirlpool Expanding Our Perspective on Medical Neglect-One Mother’s Experience Impacting the Community Through Faith and Prevention Josephine’s Place-A Hidden Gem in New Jersey is a Second Home for Many Immigrant Women Defining and Preventing Child Neglect: It’s Not an Easy Task Making a Difference…

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In this episode, Dr. Paul Lanier has a conversation with Dr. Lindsay Huffhines about unique stressors for families during these difficult times and practical tips parents can use to support infants and toddlers in handling stress and emotions. Parents and caregivers will find this podcast helpful. Dr. Paul Lanier is the Wallace Kuralt Distinguished Associate…

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In this episode, Dr. Paul Lanier has a conversation with Julie Smith and Brooklyn Crawford, Clinical Home Visitors based in eastern North Carolina about challenges families are facing with parenting young children during difficult times. This conversation is followed by one with Maxine Eichner, the Graham Distinguished Professor of Law at University of North Carolina…

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In this episode, Dr. Todd Jensen interviews Dr. Deborah Barrett, a licensed clinical social worker who has extensive experience conducting individual and group therapy. She shares her thoughts about family loss and grieving, particularly during the coronavirus outbreak. Dr. Jensen is a Family Research and Engagement Specialist in the Jordan Institute for Families and a…

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In this episode, Dr. Todd Jensen will help listeners understand and characterize family stressors, including the current coronavirus outbreak. Dr. Jensen offers tips for listeners to help them better manage family stress. Dr. Jensen is a Family Research and Engagement Specialist in the Jordan Institute for Families and a Research Assistant Professor in the School…

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In this episode, Dr. Isaiah Pickens explores strategies parents can use for supporting, empowering, and honoring older teenagers in their home that are experiencing loss. Adolescents are at a unique developmental stage that can be especially challenging when their opportunities are limited, and special dreams lost due to COVID-19. Dr.  Pickens, a clinical psychologist and…

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In this episode, Dr. Isaiah Pickens discusses the importance of self-compassion and showing ourselves kindness during these trying times and how sharing compassion with others can help mitigate the stress in our own lives. Dr.  Pickens is a clinical psychologist and founder of iOpening Enterprises, a professional development and media company that helps people and…

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A story about working with practitioners as a support and partnership by Sam. To download the audio version of this story, visit https://soundcloud.com/user-616990317/working-with-practitioners

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