8 year old son with Autism has meltdowns in public and it’s stressful and upsetting for the family. How to balance the needs of other children?: Julie Hanks Show 10-30-12 part 3
Adult brother blames and mistreats and expects the world to revolve around him. Do I have to see him over the holidays?: Julie Hanks Show 10-30-12 part 2
Teen Son Feels Responsible For Friend’s Death: Julie Hanks Show BYU Radio 10-23-12 part 4
Dad Hurt By Son’s Mean Letter To Him: Julie Hanks Show BYU Radio 10-23-12 part 3
Caller wants to explore treating PTSD without medication: Julie Hanks Show BYU Radio 10-23-12 part 2
Help Dealing With Vindictive Neighbor: Julie Hanks Show BYU Radio 10-23-12 part 1
In this episode of The Julie Hanks Show:
- Parenting tweens: How do I help my 12 year old girl’s self-esteem and help her to become more feminine?
- Transition to parenthood: I’ve worked full-time until having my first baby. How do I redefine myself now that I am a new stay-at-home mom?
- Forgiving mom about childhood abuse: How do I build a healthy relationship with my mom as an adult?
In episode 010 “How Thinking More Like A “Man” Can Help Women” on “You And Yours” self & relationship expert and therapist Julie Hanks, LCSW shares how developing more male or systemizing ways to approach problems and challenges can help you get what you want in life.
In episode 008 “Creating an Emotionally Hot Marriage” on “You & Yours” self & relationship expert and therapist Julie Hanks, LCSW shares tips to create and keep a strong emotional connection in your marriage relationship.
Self & relationship expert Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW is wife of 22 years and mother of 4, a performing songwriter, a licensed psychotherapist, a popular media contributor, and director of Wasatch Family Therapy. Watch Julie on KSL TVâ€™s Studio 5, listen on B98.7 radio, and read her national advice columns on Psych Central, and Latter-day Woman Magazine. Follow Julie on Facebook & Twitter.
I stopped by KSL Radio’s The Nightside Project last night to talk with Ethan and Alex about why Americans are more anxious and stressed than ever and what we can do about it here in Utah.Â I had so much fun that I ended up staying for another segment talking about the importance of men expressing vulnerability in relationships and the top movies that make men cry.
Click on link for (second hour) for Thursday, February 3, 2011