On Episode 187 of You, Me, Empathy, Dr. Anjani Amladi and I explore the weight of being a child psychiatrist, why kids are more observant than most parents give them credit for, why kids need to be seen and heard, and the ins and outs of trauma-informed care.
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- When the World Got Sick
- The Deepest Well by Nadine Burke Harris
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- As We Carry On: Using Words to Explore Grief with a Compassionate Lens (NEW workshop!)
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On this show, we explore the struggles, the triumphs, the brights and the darks we face as humans trying to be human on this wondrous and overwhelming pale blue dot.
You, Me, Empathy was created so that we can be witness to our collective humanity through the lens of empathy, vulnerability, and emotional curiosity. We aim to destigmatize mental health, lead fiercely with our hearts, feel our feelings without shame and judgment, and share our courageous stories so that others may feel less alone and more connected as feely humans.
You, Me, Empathy is a brave place designed to inspire the beauty in each of us, because each of us, in all of our kaleidoscopic parts, makes up a magical whole that deserves to be seen.
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