Upcoming Podcast Episodes

Drawing of ship anchor with watercolor paint on top, and title of podcast series 'Anchored.'

Upon the listed release dates below, all of our podcast episodes will be available on iTunes and through our website! If you would like information on CEUs for each episode, go to the website and click on the specific episode for more information. 

Episode 17| Dr. Gregory Leskin: Problematic Sexual Behaviors in Children and Youth

Release Date: April 2019
Guests: Dr. Gregory Leskin, Director of Military and Veteran Families Program, National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)
About: This episode reviews normal sexualized behaviors in children and youth, in addition to exploring concerning and problematic sexualized behaviors that children and youth may display. Various factors associated with children’s sexualized behaviors will be identified including: signs or red flags that problematic sexual behavior is taking place, treatment approaches, how parents/adults can respond to PSBCY (problematic sexual behaviors in children and youth), and how to talk to children and youth that are experiencing PSBCY. Finally, we discuss ways to assist clinicians in understanding appropriate assessment and disclosure processes involved when problematic symptoms are present.
1 CEU will be available

On the Edge: Connectivity within Suicide Awareness, Assessment, & Prevention

Release Date: TBA
Dr. Douglas Flemons, Nova Southeastern University & Alexandra “Ali” Martinez, Ed.S., LMFT, Alachua County Crisis Center
About: It is difficult to imagine the pain an individual must be experiencing in order to contemplate suicide. However, Dr. Douglas Flemons reminds us that suicidality is not a stable trait that follows individuals constantly and forebodingly. Rather, thoughts of suicide are brought about by a desperate desire to escape suffering, and the act itself is often an impulsive action facilitated by an indifference towards death. Keeping this in mind, assessments and prevention strategies have been developed to help individuals in this place. In this episode, Dr. Douglas Flemons and Dr. Ali Martinez discuss ways in which professionals can assess, recognize, and address this complex topic.
2 CEUs will be available