Live Well: Embracing Anxiety

Do you feel nervous, sweaty and anxious before a major sporting event or important work presentation? That anxiety is real and it is not unique. Listen to Sami Gothberg from Your Hope Center and Dr. Harlan Austin from Howard Head Performance teach us ways to embrace this anxiety and move through it.

Addressing Technology Misuse

Children are experiencing increased depression and behavioral health issues at an alarming rate. Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D, talks about the positives and pitfalls of technology use today.

A Conversation on Identity, Inclusion, & Diversity in Sports

No. 1 New York Times bestselling author, Kate Fagan, for a conversation about the pressures of growing up LGBTQ+ in sports. It’s hard enough coming out, but playing basketball for a nationally ranked school and trying to figure out your sexual identity in the closeted and paranoid world of big-time college sports—that’s a challenge. Listen as Kate shares her struggles as a high-performance athlete and how identity has played a role in her career at ESPN and as an award-winning author. Learn how to make the world easier for our kids to take the first step toward embracing their true selves.

Building Resilience in Teens

More than ever teens have been met with a host of challenges with an endless expectation for them to adapt whether that is in school, spending time with friends, sports, isolating and more. It’s tough for our teens to thrive in this environment. Join Alex Yannacone, an expert in the field of mental health, for this important topic as she discusses skills and strategies to help teens build resilience, reduce stress and learn about resources available to them.

Building Resiliency in our Kids

Children are experiencing increased depression and behavioral health issues at an alarming rate. Sharon Raggio, LPC, LMFT, President & CEO of Mind Springs Health & West Springs Hospital talks about building resiliency and self-esteem in our kids.

Insecurity, Comparison, and "Keeping Up" with Rosalind Wiseman

Join Rosalind Wiseman, a New York Times best-selling author, as she offers tips for creating a community in which our young people can thrive. Wiseman will discuss friendship, anxiety, social media use, conflict with friends and family, and the constant pressure to “keep up.” Learn how to better connect with our kids and teens, especially when they need us most.

Is Climate Change Making You Anxious?

Do you find yourself casually remarking on the declining snowfall each year, wishing for more powder days like we used to have? Or, is your worry exacerbated by thoughts of a drier summer, more potential wildfires nearby and melting glaciers far away?