Angela Dixon- Chiropractor with a Passion for Kids!

Dr Angela Dixon is a prenatal and pediatric focused chiropractor. Moms see her to have healthy pregnancies that lead to healthy deliveries. Parents bring their kids to her clinic for a variety of reasons including but not limited to hyperactivity/ADHD, sensory processing disorder, anxiety, anger/aggression, developmental delays, ear infections, colic, trouble nursing, bed wetting, trouble with classroom learning, and so much more. Let’s listen to learn how Dr Angela helps children function better in their daily routines. Click the following links to get to know more about her services:
Website:
https://supportingwestashley.com/member/angela-dixon/
Social Media:
Www.facebook.com/newhopechirosc
Www.instagram.com/newhopechirosc
Upcoming Classes:
https://facebook.com/events/s/adhd-sensory-workshop/563775510848430/?ti=icl
https://facebook.com/events/s/new-year-new-slate-positive-fa/2490197251268391/?ti=icl

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Kathie Williams, RN, DrPH – Director of Public Health, EdVenture Children’s Museum

During more than 30 years of public health experience, Kathie Williams has worked in Africa and the U.S. in health care delivery, maternal and child health education, nursing education, development of health literacy materials, and accessing health care for refugees resettled in the United States.  Dr. Williams holds a B.S. in Nursing from Duke University, M.P.H. in public health nursing from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a DrPH in Health Promotion Education and Behavior from the Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health at USC-Columbia. After joining EdVenture in 2007, Kathie worked to expand health programming at EdVenture to include greater community collaboration, opened the BioInvestigations Lab as part of a National Institutes of Health grant and opened the Taste Buds Nutrition Lab.  In 2011 EdVenture was awarded a National Medal for Museum and Library Services for their health programs. In the show, she describes how she designs programs to keep children engaged, how she communicates rules and instructions and introduces us to “whole body” listening.
You may contact Dr. Kathie Williams at kwilliams@edventure.org. To learn more about Edventure Children’s Museum, visit https://www.edventure.org/.

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Sara Sharnoff Chesley – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Sara Sharnoff Chesley helps teenage girls with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, life transitions and self expression. Sara was born and raised in Columbia, SC, graduated with Psychology Degree from Indiana University and a Masters of Science in family therapy from the University of Massachusetts Boston. After working at an adolescent outpatient eating disorder clinic in Waltham, MA, she moved to Charleston, SC to continue working as a licensed therapist with individuals, couples, and families. Let’s listen to the episode as Sara details her very valuable family-based approach of treatment for teens who are facing mental health issues.
Check out Sara Chesley’s services and profile at:
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Shawna Adams – Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Shawna Adams is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and is an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) specialist. She has worked with children with Autism in the home, clinic, and school settings. Starting in her second year of graduate school, she began working with individuals through the child welfare system by teaching parenting behavior management classes as well as assisting with in-home behavior management for foster, adoptive, and biological families. She received her degrees of Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Psychology from Florida State University. Her work touches on how to motivate children to perform desirable behavior and affect some change in the environment to help anyone struggling with behavior. In this interview, Shawna has explained how to get kids to listen from a behavioural standpoint and gave simple tips for parents on how to use reinforcers and consequences.

You may find Shawna’s office at https://www.carolinabehavioralspecialists.com/

Thanks for dropping by.  For comments/questions/concerns, you may contact the host, James Deas, at james@gettingkidstolisten.com.

Rachel Tomlinson – Registered Psychologist and Author of Teaching Kids to be Kind

Rachel Tomlinson is a Registered Psychologist in Australia.  She has experience working with adults and children in a variety of settings, including; generalist counseling, play therapy, education settings, residential support and attachment/parenting groups. Rachel presents at national conferences and provides expert commentary to journalists on mental health topics. She is a parenting expert with a book, Teaching Kids to be Kind (by Skyhorse Publishing) that has just been released. Her amazing work can be found at towardwellbeing.com, a website where she posts her podcast, her blog, her books, activities with kids, upcoming projects and her contribution to media. She can also be found on Instagram @towardwellbeing and Twitter @RachLTomlinson.
Tune in to the episode to learn why kids do not need a lot of rules and what kind of values and consequences should we set for the kids in order to make them feel loved and secure.
Thanks for dropping by.  For comments/questions/concerns, you may contact the host, James Deas, at james@gettingkidstolisten.com.

Rezsaun Lewis – Executive Director at Lowcountry Youth Services

Our first gentleman on the show, Mr. Rezsaun Lewis, recently received the 2019 Spotlight Award. This an award local to Charleston that recognizes and honors servant leaders who give their time, energy and money to help others and to make a positive impact in the local community. Rezsaun Lewis   has done that in a lot of ways, most recently with his work as the Executive Director of the Lowcountry Youth Services Program. He leads the Distinguished Gentlemen’s Club, a mentoring program for boys 3rd – 12th-grade which is all about helping them to become confident, positive contributors to their worlds, the neighborhoods. The club helps steer these young gentleman away from discipline problems, school attendance issues and potential drug use.
Rezsaun Lewis, is also a teacher and a motivational speaker. He hosts a video podcast called Real Talk with ReZsaun, with weekly live episodes. You can find his podcast and activities on the following link: linktr.ee/realtalkrezsaun
Thanks for dropping by.  For comments/questions/concerns, you may contact the host, James Deas, at james@gettingkidstolisten.com.