September 17, 2018
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This episode is about parenting young children. The greatest joy and the greatest responsibility in this life. If you interact with children or have your own, THIS IS AN IMPORTANT EPISODE. I list out four different parenting styles (survey style) so you can identify your own. Also I talk about TANTRUMS (cue Jaws music). I cover the behavioral science behind ignoring, attention, and why kids tantrums get worse.
Mentioned in this episode:
Parent Child Interaction Therapy: www.pcit.org
Next episode will be a continuation of this topic and I will cover how to create a point system or "token economy" for your child!
Stay tuned and thanks for listening to Through the Eyes of a Therapist!
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September 3, 2018
Welcome to "Through the Eyes of a Therapist"! This is the podcast that’s all about mental health! I am your host, creator, and editor of this podcast, Cristal Martinez Acosta, LPC, NCC! I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Mental Health Therapist.
This episode contains a very special interview with a person who I admire very much! Richard Salcido is an LPC-Supervisor who also lives, works, and plays in El Paso, Texas. He was THE supervisor who helped me launch my career after graduate school and oversaw my completion of 3,000 hours of therapy practice to become fully licensed. He has trained many interns over the years and helped shape the next generation of therapists. He has been a therapist since the 1970s and has a great perspective on mind and body health. In this episode he gives us information on the 5 Domains of Healthy Living. Richard will walk us through each domain, giving us tips and things to try along the way.
And Yes, I asked if there will be a book.
We got a maybe on that one....but YES to a powerpoint presentation.
I hope to continue to make my first post-grad supervisor and mentor proud! Thank you Mr. Salcido for the push you gave me to launch my counseling career.
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*Recommendations, discussion, and disclosures are for informational/entertainment purposes only. You should never substitute consultations/information from your own mental health/medical professionals with information in this podcast.*