Devin English, PhD Dr. Devin English, a researcher and and educator with the Rutgers School of Public Health shares his recent research to investigate intersectional discrimination, coping, and bio-psychosocial outcomes among adolescent Black youth. The research examines frequencies and psychological … Continue reading →
Addiction Series: Judy Bou Kheir Judy Bou Kheir is the founder and Executive Director of KARE, Katy Area Recovery Education. KARE is providing help connecting teens and their families all around our area to resources in our community, as well … Continue reading →
Dr. Yale Nogin Dr. Nogin has been a perinatal educator for 17 years. His work focuses on preparing dads for birth and parenthood to strengthen marriages and improve, for everyone, the transition from couple to parents.
Sarah Godwin Sarah Godwin created and has owned and operated the Pure Parenting Shop in the Heights, Houston’s only natural parenting store, for over five years. Through the shop she helps new caregivers find the parenting supplies and products that will … Continue reading →
Kirsten Nottleson Kirsten Nottleson is the proud mama of two sons, 13 and 19 years old. She is the owner and founder of Hand In Hand Workshops in Austin, Texas. She has been playing and working with children, parents, caregivers, … Continue reading →
Dr. Jennifer Harvey, Raising White Kids: Bringing Up Children in Racially Unjust America Dr. Jennifer Harvey is a writer, speaker, and professor of religion at Drake University where she also serves as Faculty Director for the Crew Scholars Program. She … Continue reading →
Andrea Olson, Elimination Communication Andrea Olson is the proud mama of five children – all ECed from birth, all out of diapers by walking – and owner of Go Diaper Free and Tiny Undies. When she started Elimination Communication with … Continue reading →
Angelique Geehan Angelique Geehan works as a consultant, trainer, and coach for families and professionals on diversity, cultural awareness, community building, and various parenting topics (like consent, difficult conversations and decision-making, and carrying babies, sometimes called “babywearing”). Her goal is … Continue reading →
Mary Jane Williams and Judy Blake, Family to Family Network Since 1986, Family to Family Network has been creating success for children and young adults with disabilities by empowering their families as they navigate complex education, health care & social … Continue reading →
Addiction Series: Dr. Susan Delaney: Addiction in Adolescents Dr. Susan Delaney, EdD, LPC, LCDC-I, discusses addiction and its effects on adolescents.