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reFRAMED, a podcast created to educate, encourage, and inspire parents

reFRAMED, a podcast created to educate, encourage, and inspire parents

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United States

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reFRAMED, a podcast created to educate, encourage, and inspire parents

Language:

English

Contact:

817-922-6000


Episodes

reFRAMED Bonus: Continuing the Conversation with Ebony Mack, MSW

3/31/2021
Gladney University recently had the honor of presenting Bridging the Gap: Strengthening Competencies of Transracial Adoptive Parents. We enjoyed the training so much that we just had to continue the conversation. Resources: Ebony Mack, MSW. LinkedIn Rachel Garlinghouse, "Come Rain. Come Shine" Show Notes: 1:58 - How do you prepare yourself to adopt transracially? 3:05 - What are the biggest concern that children of color adopted by white parents express? 4:06 - Should you talk about your...

Duration:00:15:13

Reframing What You Think You Know About Human Trafficking

8/31/2020
On this Bonus Episode of reFRAMED we talk with two professionals who deal with Human Trafficking daily. You can't go more than a week without hearing a story on the news about human trafficking. You might think that this doesn't happen near you. Think again. For more information and resources, read our blog post.

Duration:00:31:24

S2 E15: Reframing Secondary Trauma

8/21/2020
reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, talked with Jorge Gama, LPC-S, about secondary trauma. Secondary trauma has PTSD-like symptoms. Those that are affected by this type of trauma look at their life in a different way than they would normally after being affected by trauma. Watch and listen to their conversation. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. For contact information and additional...

Duration:00:24:00

S2 E14: Reframing With Erin Espinosa

8/7/2020
Dr. Erin Espinosa joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk teen girls in our juvenile justice system. Girls in institutions are three times higher rate trauma than boys which predicts a longer stay. Watch and listen to their conversation. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. Learn more on Show Notes

Duration:00:40:46

S2E13: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

7/24/2020
Kris Bryant the Founder, Owner and Therapist at The DBT Institute of Oklahoma, joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about DBT Therapy. Watch and listen to their conversation. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. For resources and contact information, please check out our Show Notes.

Duration:00:27:03

S2E12: Reframing Birth Parent Grief

6/26/2020
Heather Rogers, LPC, Supervisor, Residential Services – Gladney Home, joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about birth parent grief. Watch and listen to their conversation. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. For additional information and resources, please visit our Show Notes.

Duration:00:23:53

S2E11: Reframing How We Look at Self Care

6/19/2020
Lindsay Garrett, LCSW-S joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about Self Care. Watch and listen to their conversation. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. Read the Show Notes for additional information and resources mentioned in the podcast.

Duration:00:31:57

S2E10: Reframing Parenting Teenagers

6/12/2020
Heather Rogers, LPC, Supervisor, Residential Services – Gladney Home, joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about parenting teenagers. Watch and listen to their conversation. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. Check out the Show Notes for additional resources.

Duration:00:22:38

S2E9: Reframing Predictability

5/15/2020
reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, and Lindsay Garrett, LMSW, talk about working with parents to show them how to offer predictability to their children in their day-to-day lives. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. Check out our Show Notes for additional resources.

Duration:00:25:56

S2 E8: Reframing Sensory Needs with a Sensory Diet

4/29/2020
reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, and Monique Lee, LCSW, talk about all things sensory. Parents need to be like an investigator; watching and journaling the child's behavior and actions. Monique shares about setting up a sensory diet and all that it entails. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating conversations about topics that are important to you and yours. Check out our Show Notes for resources and materials mentioned in this episode.

Duration:00:22:50

S2 E7: Neurobiology with Bill Porter on reFRAMED Podcast

4/13/2020
Emily Morehead, LPC and Bill Porter, MA talk about neurobiologic stress. Our neurobiology is more than just our brain. Our neurons run through our body, our gut, our limbic system (emotions) and our mind. The stress we experience affects all the areas. It’s not just in our brain. If left to it’s own devices, our neurobiological responses usually become either over reactive or under reactive. And that’s were we get into trouble. In many instances, our survival responses can be destructive to...

Duration:00:38:59

S2 E6: Reframing the Evolution of Adoption

3/31/2020
Guest Heidi Bruegel Cox, General Counsel & Executive Vice President of the Gladney Center for Adoption joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about reframing the evolution of adoption. Watch and listen to their conversation. Check out our Show Notes for additional information and resources.

Duration:00:16:56

S2 E5: Reframing Sensory & Emotional Regulation

3/11/2020
Guest Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, RPT-S, joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about sensory and emotional regulation. Through years of working with complex trauma children, Robyn recognized that she wasn't adequately trained or prepared to know how to support the child, the environment, and their regulation. When the body is so out of control, there is no trauma processing or attachment happening. It's crucial to believe that every single thing that someone does is done in an...

Duration:00:24:34

S2 E4: Reframed with Heart & Harmony

2/21/2020
Three music therapists joined reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LP to share about the power of music therapy. Music accesses every part of the brain which has huge implications as music as a therapy. Our bodies are very musical and rhythmic and when your body does that, your brain releases dopamine which is key to forming new neural connections. Music is a way to connect and socialize in a non-verbal way. Having music as a healthy form of sensory input is so helpful for those on the...

Duration:00:43:08

S2 E3: Trauma Therapies With Marshall Lyles

1/31/2020
Guest Marshall Lyles joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about trauma. A lot of families ask a lot of questions about trauma and our goal is to break down this big topic into bite-size pieces. There's a phrase that our listeners probably hear a lot, "trauma-informed care", which does mean a lot but doesn't communicate a lot. Marshall defines trauma as any event that any person would go through that gets stored in the memory in a way that it then starts to interfere with...

Duration:00:35:03

S2 E2: Grief & Transitions with Robyn Gobbel

1/2/2020
Guest Robyn Gobbel, LCSW, RPT-S, joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to talk about grief and transitions in the adoption and foster world. While adoption is beautiful, sometimes there are hard places before reaching the final destination. Robyn has found throughout her practice that the littlest information or even a script is enough to help parents to know how to talk to their child about transitions and grief that are happening or going to happen. Being able to talk through...

Duration:00:36:10

S2 E1: Add Play Therapy to Your Parenting Toolbox

12/10/2019
Guest Lauren Labeth, LCSW, joins reFRAMED Podcast Host, Emily Morehead, LPC, to discuss making play a powerful tool for parents, teachers, and child professionals. Lauren shares with our listeners that based on the dimensions of structure, nurture, engagement, and challenge, Theraplay® allows parents and children to strengthen attachment, build self-esteem, and participate in a more positive relationship with one another. We are striving to make an impact in our world through creating...

Duration:00:36:10

reFramed Table Talk: Reframing Birth Parent Identity

11/13/2019
Society has some stigmas around who a birth parent is, why someone would choose to place their child for adoption. These stigmas can write a story that is not the birth parent's story. As Megan Devine says, "joy and pain can coexist". Adoption is beautiful and families are made, and it is born out of loss. "Never should a birth parent be shamed for what she chose to do -- what she found best for her and her child." ~...

Duration:00:30:24

S1 BONUS: Talking Foster Care with Heidi Bruegel Cox

10/21/2019
Emily Morehead, LPC, and Heidi Bruegel Cox, JD, talk about Heidi's passion project -- foster care. Gladney has a great project going on right now. We are trying to get as many children out of foster care as possible. Once the plan is adoption for the child, we want to help those children find homes as soon as possible. At Gladney, we believe every child needs a place to call home and people to call family. Forever. Together, we can ensure children have permanent, loving, and caring...

Duration:00:22:15

S1 E12: Reframing Your Worry Monsters

9/23/2019
Emily Morehead, LPC, and Pam Dyson, LPC-S, talk about reframing anxiety in children. Anxiety is the the most common reason why children are in therapy. While some anxiety in children is age appropriate and typical, that anxiety can sometimes get out of control. The out of control anxiety is generally when parents bring their child to a therapist. So how do you differentiate between the typical anxiety of starting a new school year, meeting new people versus a chronic, consistent issue?...

Duration:00:32:16