EmpowerED: Maximixing Your Child's Success in School
March 19, 2020
Hosted by Rebekah Hughey, MD
In this episode we talk to former prosecutor and education advocate Jennifer Oneal Price. In her new book, EmpowerED, she uses real case examples to teach us how we can become master advocates for children in the educational system. We also delve into the connection between the education and criminal justice systems, and discuss strategies to keep children out of the school to prison pipeline.
Mastermind with Dr. Rebekah
Thursday at 11 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
This is a show about possibilities. When you’re tired of boundaries and limitations and are ready for expansion and growth, tune in. Elevate your consciousness to achieve your physical, mental, and spiritual goals. Hone your intelligence, resilience, and the self-awareness necessary to create positive, long-lasting change. Apply the skills and ideas presented in this show and discover yourself to be a greater person by far than you ever thought you were.
The show’s benefits are as follows: Awaken your mind’s hidden power to release your fears and realize your most meaningful goals. Learn the art of self-hypnosis to program your unconscious mind for maximum performance. Learn expert memory techniques to control one of your mind’s most powerful tools. Rediscover your creativity to awaken your dormant talents to live a richer, fuller more vibrant life.
Rebekah Hughey, MD
Dr. Rebekah Hughey is a board-certified integrative family medicine doctor. She is also a best-selling author, award-winning teacher, talk radio host, public speaker, consultant, entrepreneur, leadership coach, self-empowerment coach, and certified hypnotist. She has the gift of teaching people how to use the power of their unconscious minds to tap into the field of infinite potential in order to transform their physical, mental, and emotional beings. They can then leverage this newfound superpower in society, using this reclaimed time and energy to become agents of change in their lives and in the lives of others. She has a unique ability to synthesize her teaching skills with her knowledge of medicine, memory, and mental mastery to provide listeners with unique insights that lead to powerful problem-solving.
Dr. Rebekah has experience working with active military and veterans groups, as well as with civilian audiences. She has spoken at leadership workshops, alumnae events, women’s retreats, and conferences, and is in demand as an expert panelist as well.
Dr. Rebekah earned her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and completed her residency and faculty development fellowship at Southern Regional AHEC, a Duke University community program. She concurrently attended Duke University to complete a certificate in clinical leadership. She is a member of the Wildacres Leadership Initiative board of advisors.