Everyone experiences a variety of family and life challenges daily. Our show will assist all ages in clarifying difficulties and suggest possible resolutions that are sensible and relevant to today’s family. Topics covered may include, but are not limited to, relationship issues, school difficulties, parenting, common parental mistakes, how to reduce/eliminate child manipulations/tantrums, surviving the teenage years, appropriate gift-giving, importance of sleep, medical interventions, familial legal difficulties, how to parent one’s parents, nutritional suggestions, emotional and physical safety and how to assist yourself and/or people you care about with life’s challenges. Family Sanity is broadcast live every Tuesday at 7 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel.
Dr. Brian Stress
Dr. Stress is a successful licensed psychologist working with children, adolescents, adults, families and caregivers since 1990. Through his work he has conducted many individual and family meetings pertaining to clients of all ages. He assists families and loved ones to develop efficient and effective parenting and life skills to become effective adults and to assist children in developing into happy, productive, caring and responsible members of society. He has undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Sociology, Masters’ degrees in Education-School Psychology and Clinical Psychology and a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. He has worked in numerous states in residential facilities for children and adolescents, as a director of Special Education, and School Psychologist. He designed and implemented programs for professionals who ran emotionally disturbed classrooms, Mayo Health System and hospitals, nursing homes, supervised day-treatment facilities for children and adolescents with severe behavioral and emotional problems within the school and home, and long-term treatment facilities for the mentally ill. Dr. Stress also performs neuropsychological and psychological assessments, therapy, forensic assessments for courts and attorneys which include but are not limited to mental health commitment, custody, guardianship, not guilty by mental disease or defect (NGI), competency to stand trial evaluations, and risk assessments evaluations.