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.
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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.