The Most Important Medicine
The Most Important Medicine is connection! If you’re a professional who wants to have a greater impact in the lives of children and families, building resilience in relationships, this podcast is for you. It's where pediatricians, educators, nurses, advocates and other folks who are in children's lives meet and discuss how to respond and mitigate trauma by building buffering mechanisms that address adversity and build connection. We'll listen to stories and bring our humanness into spaces to transform how we think about children, early relational health and connection. It's truly, the MOST important medicine! Join us to become a trauma-informed champion by nurturing connections through relational health to help kids and families thrive. Every time you join me, I want you to hear practical information and leave with tangible tools you can use every day.
Lazy, Unmotivated Teenagers: How to shift from problems to potential with Will Elliott
Let's dive into three ways to create mentorship, success, and unlock potential in teenagers with Dr. Amy & Will Elliott. Will Elliott is one of the world's top life coaches for teens and is dedicated to helping the next generation live confident, bold, and purpose-driven lives. We discussed why teenagers feel misunders
Divorce does NOT have to be traumatic for children. Listen in as Aurisha and Dr. Amy discuss conflict-free co-parenting. Aurisha, author of Cooperative Co-parenting for Secure Kids, walks us through her own story of co-parenting and provides sage advice to stay connected to your child during turbulent times. Aurisha Sm
Dr. Amy reviews 10 guiding principles that she utilizes every day in her work with children and families and how you can incorporate them in your work too! In today's episode, she discusses 10 principles that are the cornerstone to her work - how she thinks about training, curriculum, and interactions with children and
Change-makers and Chain-breakers: The Power of Narrative Medicine with Dr. Anu French
Join Dr. Anu French and Dr. Amy to hear a beautiful story about how to heal intergenerational trauma & create trauma-informed pediatric practices. Anu French MD FAAP ABoIM www.anufrench.com A New Wellness: Pediatrics, Integrative Medicine SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital On a mission to create healthier
Reconnecting with ourselves: Are you taking care of first base?
Dr. Amy reflects on felt safety, childhood memories, and connecting with ourselves before taking care of others. She also invites you in to join a ConnectEd Collaborative of supportive professionals. Hear about how visiting her childhood home reminded her of being connected with childhood memories. And learn about the
Reconnecting to Ourselves
Join Dr. Amy as she reviews three powerful ways to be in community and reconnect with ourselves. On today's podcast, we talk about joining powerful learning communities, ConnectEd Collabs; words of the year, including a song of inspiration; and, ways to share joyful moments with Dr. Amy & Team. RESOURCES Dr. Amy's News