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Dr. Carole's Couch

Dr. Carole's Couch

Tuesday at 1 PM Pacific

September 19th 2017:Unjust Criminalization of Children with Mental Illness

What happens to kids who are abused or neglected?They end up with mental illnesses, dropping out of school, sometimes in foster home placement, not getting the psychiatric treatment they need, and ending up in prison. Indeed a new study reveals that over half of the inmates in U.S. prisons have a mental illness with roots in childhood. Today's guests are proof! They urge society to wake up and start helping these kids when warning signs appear in elementary school. Kristina Kopic is an Advocacy Content Specialist at the Ruderman Family Foundation, who conducted this study. Tara Nuevelle shares

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Kristina Kopic

Kristina Kopić is Advocacy Content Specialist at the Ruderman Family Foundation. She served as a faculty member in various universities throughout the larger Boston area, where she taught writing, research, rhetoric and composition, all with a strong focus on social justice issues, inclusion, and science literacy. Now she uses her communication and research skills in the capacity of an in-house writer and editor to strategically further the foundation’s advocacy efforts. Kristina received her BS in Psychology and her BA in English from the University of Central Florida. She received her MFA in Fiction from Emerson College where she also studied writing & rhetoric pedagogy. www.rudermanfoun
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Taylar Nuevelle

Taylar Nuevelle’s story is one detailing the link between trauma and mental illness and the extreme difficulty in getting support. Taylar was incarcerated for four and a half years and has only recently realized in her late 40s that she has trauma induced mental illness from extreme childhood abuse and domestic violence as an adult. After many years of silence, and finally speaking about her abusive experience with a schoolteacher, a policeman had to deem her ‘a problem case’, in order to get her a hearing and have her enter the foster care system. Her social worker, foster parents, judge, lawyer, schoolteachers, and councillers were blind to her depression, anxiety and PTSD due to years o
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1047/dr-caroles-couch 21/11/2017 01:00 21/11/2017 02:00 Dr. Carole's Couch https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1047/dr-caroles-couch What happens to kids who are abused or neglected?They end up with mental illnesses, dropping out of school, sometimes in foster home placement, not getting the psychiatric treatment they need, and ending up in prison. Indeed a new study reveals that over half of the inmates in U.S. prisons have a mental illness with roots in childhood. Today's guests are proof! They urge society to wake up and start helping these kids when warning signs appear in elementary school. Kristina Kopic is an Advocacy Content Specialist at the Ruderman Family Foundation, who conducted this study. Tara Nuevelle shares her personal story, which illustrates this trajectory. She grew up in a severely abusive home. Her social worker, foster parents and many others were blind to her depression, anxiety and PTSD. She went on to become a victim of domestic violence, and ended up in prison. Now she's the Founder and CEO of Who Speaks For Me? an organization which educates the justice system about trauma. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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