The session in which we talk to returning guest Kevin Moore, PsyD about opioid addiction. Dr. Moore’s passion includes creating integrative medicine services for vulnerable populations. Opioid addiction has been a particular focus of his work for the past 5+ years give its huge toll on the people he serves. Dr. Moore views psychology as part of healthcare, and healthcare as part of social justice.
The session in which we interview Danielle Griffith, MSW, LSW, Program Director for the Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund. Founded by Peggy Dolan, the Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund works to lighten the burdens and lift the spirits of families caring for children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and injuries. They provide financial assistance for needs not covered by insurance, education and other resources to families living or seeking treatment in PA, NJ or DE.
The session in which we interview Amy Edelstein about her work bringing mindfulness skills into high school classrooms in inner-city Philadelphia. Amy founded the Inner Strength Foundation (ISF) in 2014 to foster inner strength for outer stability in today’s youth.
The session in which we interview Stephen M. Shore, EdD, and Robert Naseef, Ph.D. about their work together creating a curriculum to prepare neuro-diverse youth for the workplace.
As an autism expert, Dr. Shore is internationally renowned for presentations, consultations, and writings on lifespan issues pertinent to education, relationships, employment, advocacy, and disclosure.
Dr. Naseef offers a distinct voice as a psychologist and father of an adult son with autism. In addition to his practice, he speaks nationally and internationally on issues facing families of children with autism and other special needs.
Together, Dr. Shore and Dr. Naseef are lead consultants to the ARC of Philadelphia and SAP’s “Autism at Work” program which involves collaboration with the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation.