The "Parenting On The Go" video series, made possible by Civic Center TV, offer solutions to today's parenting challenges.
Host Sheena Monnin discusses the topic of conflict with Kurt David.
Host Sheena Monnin discusses stress management with Nikki O’Donnell of Viewpoint Psychology & Wellness.
Dr. Paula Ruffin discusses the importance of our youth maintaining a steady, healthy diet.
Julie McDaniel, Ph.D., talks about the nature of bullying and what our community can do to help those who have been bullied.
Judith Lipson, M.A., a Licensed Professional Counselor, explores the topic of “sensitives.”
Licensed psychologist and owner of Viewpoint Psychology & Wellness, Melanie Schwartz talks about having a thoughtful approach to relieving stress, anxiety and depression.
Suicide Prevention: Part 2
Public Health Educator from Oakland County Health Department, Hanna Cassise, and Senior Director of Family Life and Wellness Services from Jewish Family Service, Erica Saum cover additional safety tips and indicators for suicide prevention.
Suicide Prevention: Part 1
Public Health Educator from Oakland County Health Department, Hanna Cassise, and Senior Director of Family Life and Wellness Services from Jewish Family Service, Erica Saum discuss signs to look out for and safety tips for suicide prevention.
Lori Blumenstein-Bott, Executive Director of the Andrew Kukes Foundation for Social Anxiety, talks about what Social Anxiety is and how to properly treat it.
Resiliency in the Face of Adversity
Chief Empowering Officer of Empowered Flower Girl, Rasheda Kamaria Williams discusses how we can help today’s youth power through the tough moments in their life.
Licensed psychologist and owner of Viewpoint Psychology & Wellness, Melanie Schwartz talks about over scheduling and how to create balance within your family.
Rabbi Yarden Blumstein, Director of the Friendship Circle’s Teen Division and Program Director of the UMatter Program, discusses safe-talk and inspiring positive thought in our youth.