We are proud to announce The Julie Hanks Show on Sirius XM 143 BYU Radio with our own Executive Director, Julie Hanks, LCSW. As a mother, wife, and therapist of 20 years, Julie has helped individuals and families create close relationships and overcome obstacles to create amazing lives.
I stopped by Matt Townsend show at BYU Radio on Monday to chat about the role of honesty in relationships. Is it always best to be totally What we ended up coming to is the importance of emotional honesty, or authenticity in relationships.
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Julie Hanks was interviewed by WCCO Radio in Minnesota discussing therapists’ new approach To Stop the Whining in therapy. Hear why Julie believes whining is bad for an individual and listen to suggestions for dealing with someone who whines too much.
Wasatch Family Therapy’s Chelsea Madsen‘s doctoral research is getting a lot of media attention! Her KSL Television appearances have had thousands of hits on KSL.com and have created quite a buzz. In fact, my husband and I went to dinner with friends, and they had seen the segment!
KZHT’s Morning Zoo asked Chelsea to stop by and talk more about mean girls phenomenon in marriage. My teenage daughter called me on her way to school and said, “Chelsea’s from Wasatch is on 97.1!”
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Check out a national blogtalkradio interview I did on “wellness for the real world with Dr. Veronica Anderson”. This interview included several contributors from academicians, authors, family lawyers, therapists and male victims. We discuss the change in popular belief about violence and the increased awareness of males who are victims of violence. This was done in a way that does not diminish the seriousness of female victims, but increases the understanding and experiences of male victims. My specific segment focused primarily on types of violence and the more recent finding that situational couple violence (where both partners are violent with each other) leads to more injury than violence where there is only one perpetrator. The whole segment can be found here or listen to the interview by clicking the arrow below.
Does that little voice in your head say mean things to you, call you names, point out all of your weakness? What’s behind our tendency to to belittle ourselves? Here are 3 specific tips to tame your inner critic, and a warning about how self-criticism can negatively impact your children (even if you are telling them how wonderful THEY are)
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You know that little voice in your head that narrates your life? Well, it can be vicious sometimes. In fact, most of us wouldn’t dare say to others the negative statements and criticisms we tell ourselves. I chatted with B98.7′s Erin on Todd and Erin’s morning radio show recently about ways to tame your inner critic and be kinder to yourself!
Erin says that her inner critic looks a lot like this mean lady ————>
Listen to tips on how to tame your inner critic and feel better about yourself!
I just listened to this interview again and I giggle every time I chat with Todd and Erin. You won’t find anyone as witty, spontaneous, and warm on the planet! What a joy to talk with them each week at KBEE radio.
Ok, now we’ll move on from the “love fest” to part 2 of the dangers of overs scheduling your child.
I don’t know about you, but when I was a kid, we did 1 (maybe 2) extra-curricular activities. It was soccer or piano or dance or drama or art class…not all of the above.
These days it seems that many well-meaning parents spend most of their after school time in the car, rushing around to pick up and drop off children from multiple activities.