Ep.1492: Our Problem and Ep.1493: Children and Trauma

September 7, 2022
Hosted by Kathryn Zox

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Kathryn interviews Author Ali Michael PhD.Building a healthy multiracial society is possible, but not without millions of white people seeing racism as our problem and choosing to walk an antiracist path. It will take us supporting and challenging one another on this journey to learn more about the realities of racism and what we can do about it. Award-winning author Ali Michael and clinical psychologist Eleonora Bartoli invite white people to join them on an antiracist journey to learn to talk about race with one another in ways that lead to real change. They share the important realities vs. the myths of racism as well as the action needed to be taken so that we can do our part in dismantling racism. She is the Co-Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators and the winner of the 2017 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award.Kathryn also interviews Author, PsyD Dr. Melissa Goldberg Mintz .When a child has been through an upsetting or stressful event, it can feel overwhelming. You may wonder if your child has been traumatized, if new behaviors are normal or signs of PTSD. Dr. Melissa Goldberg Mintz shares specific, critical information and insights into what trauma looks like at different ages, why some kids exposed to the same event react very differently, how to help a child through trauma triggers, and more. Most importantly, she shows parents how to ensure that kids don’t feel constrained by fear—and can face future challenges with hope and resilience. She is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine.

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Kathryn Zox

Kathryn Zox is your social worker with a microphone™. She has been producing and hosting The Kathryn Zox Show Lunchtime Talk in Albany, NY for over five years and is excited about bringing her show from the capital of NY State to the Nation's Capital. She has also recently been a co-host and featured life expert on Doug Stephan's syndicated Good Day Show. Kathryn's interviewed thousands of guests including lifestyle experts, celebrities, authors, lawyers, psychiatrists, physicians and dieticians. At Albany Medical College she has trained doctors and medical students to communicate effectively with their patients. She's an actor who can be seen on the Sopranos and Law and Order and even admits to modeling for AARP! She has Masters' Degrees in Social Work and Counseling Psychology and is a graduate of the New School of Radio and Television. Much background for her show comes from traveling the world and raising three boys now in their twenties - a rock star, an actor and a film maker. There's also one ex-husband, one boyfriend, two brothers and an aging mom!

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