Jay Levy isa homelessness outreach social worker and manager, and the author of two excellent books on ‘Pretreatment’ and the skills of engagement. Here he is in conversation with Robin Johnson, author of the concept of a ‘Psychologically Informed Environment’ about the way that Housing First seems to have gradually shifted from a creative solution to the problems of some individuals, to a policy programme of government.
Self-worth is powerful! Our worth determines our choices and our choices determine our worth! In this clip from Holli Kenley’s workshop – “The Power of Worth” – she is guiding teens through 3 steps for Discovering, Defining, and Determining their worth, empowering them with a process for respecting themselves and a pathway to responsible decision-making.
Learn more about Holli Kenley’s work and schedule a workshop for your school or youth group today.
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the rate of anti-depressant use has increased nearly 400 percent in the past two decades, but those statistics do not include the youngest group of patients being treated with psychiatric drugs. RT’s Marina Portnaya has details on the startling new trend of treating kids two years or under.
Learn more about board-certified child psychologist Laurie Zelinger, PhD and her supportive books for children and parents at her website.
Join us for an informal discussion about helping the homeless with Psychologically Informed Environments (PIE), Pretreatment and more. Featuring homelessness Authors Jay S Levy, Robin Johnson, Claire Richy and Ray Middleton @JaySLevy1 @RobinPIELink, @piepeoples @Dialogical_Ray.