Centering Kids: Advice from the experts at The Florida Center for Early Childhood

Centering Kids: Lean On Me Helps "Heal" the Education System

July 15, 2021 Merab
Centering Kids: Advice from the experts at The Florida Center for Early Childhood
Centering Kids: Lean On Me Helps "Heal" the Education System
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Centering Kids: Advice from the experts at The Florida Center for Early Childhood
Centering Kids: Lean On Me Helps "Heal" the Education System
Jul 15, 2021
Merab

In this episode, our host Kristen Theisen, of The Florida Center, interviews Amy Weinberger, founder of the Lean On Me Project, a non-profit organization that focuses on 'healing' education my providing students and educators with tools that bridge education and mental health. Amy discusses the need for sleep, nourishment and overall kindness when it comes to students, teachers and parents.

Episode notes:
Click the links to learn more about the organizations National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and First Step of Sarasota, which were both mentioned in this episode.

Click here to purchase a copy of the book The Power of Presence: Be a Voice in Your Child's Ear Even When You're Not With Them by Joy Thomas Moore.

Background music for this podcast comes from SoundDotCom


Dunlap and Moran Attorneys at Law


Show Notes

In this episode, our host Kristen Theisen, of The Florida Center, interviews Amy Weinberger, founder of the Lean On Me Project, a non-profit organization that focuses on 'healing' education my providing students and educators with tools that bridge education and mental health. Amy discusses the need for sleep, nourishment and overall kindness when it comes to students, teachers and parents.

Episode notes:
Click the links to learn more about the organizations National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and First Step of Sarasota, which were both mentioned in this episode.

Click here to purchase a copy of the book The Power of Presence: Be a Voice in Your Child's Ear Even When You're Not With Them by Joy Thomas Moore.

Background music for this podcast comes from SoundDotCom


Dunlap and Moran Attorneys at Law