Episode 215: Body-Centered Mental Health for Kids
with Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge
As we’re coming to the close of a particularly difficult year, we’re all probably feeling pretty stressed. For kids who have been thrust into online school, an uncertain world, and an equally uncertain future, the stress can be even more pronounced.
If you’re a parent, or really anyone, navigating stress, distress, and anxiety, you’ll definitely want to listen in to this conversation with Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge.
Roseann primarily works with helping kids connect to body sensations to find ways to reduce stress and build stress tolerance, but her advice could really help any of us. Approaching sensations through somatic therapies, Roseann provides lots of insight and examples of how we can ground ourselves to get comfortable in our bodies.
On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:
- What makes the breath is such an important tool
- Why she believes in a bottom-up approach to mental health, starting in the body
- What kinds of of body signals Roseann encourages people to focus on
- How she works with introducing breathwork to people who may be resistant at first
Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge is a mental health trailblazer, founder of The Global Institute of Children’s Mental Health, and media expert who is, “Changing the way we view and treat children’s mental health”.
Her work has helped thousands reverse the most challenging conditions: ADHD, anxiety, mood, Lyme, and PANS/PANDAS using PROVEN holistic therapies. She is the author of the first ever book on teletherapy activities for child and adolescent therapists, “Teletherapy Toolkit™” and It’s Gonna be OK!™ book and The Get Unstuck Program™, which are resources for parents to reverse their child’s symptoms. She is often featured on dozens of media outlets: Fox, CBS, NBC, FORBES, PARENTS, and New York Times.
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