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Kim Dvorchak

“Champions, Defending Children’s Rights in Adult Court ” | Kim Dvorchak

AIRED: October 27, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: . In Colorado, Kim Dvorchak, the executive director of the Colorado Juvenile Defender Coalition (CJDC), said that since these new laws have taken affect, the number of young people put directly into the adult system in Colorado has dropped by nearly 85 percent

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Priya Krishna

“Ultimate Dining Hall Hack – Delicious, Nutritious & Ingenious Gourmet Meals out of Cafeteria Food” | Priya Krishna

AIRED: October 20, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Priya Krishna’s revolutionary new cookbook, “Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks”, instructs students on how to create nutritious meals using 100 basic food items available in virtually every college dining hall.

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Kurt Fairbank

Back by Popular Demand “Building Bridges – Adventure-based Therapy” | Kurt Fairbank

REPLAY: October 13, 2013 – 11:00 am PST ::Situated in some of the most scenic forested area in the country, outdoor activities at Building Bridges are both a vital and natural extension of Building Bridges therapeutic program. Showing young men new and positive outlets for their energies is another tool for them to use in a sober and manageable lifestyle.

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Holly Brown

“DON’T TRY TO FIND ME, a Mother’s Greatest Nighmare” | Holly Brown

AIRED: October 6, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: DON’T TRY TO FIND ME, is a gripping debut novel by Holly Brown, a practicing marriage and family therapist based in San Francisco. Holly uses her day job experience to create a novel that focuses on very serious subject matter, teen runaways.

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Katie O'Brien and HunterMaatsSM

REPLAY Back by Popular Demand “The Straight A Conspiracy: Your Secret Guide to Ending the Stress of School” | Hunter Maats and Katie O’Brie

Replay: September 29, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: A number of ‘popular’ books address what is wrong with the educational system, but there has not been a book, until now, written directly to and for the student. The Straight A Conspiracy: Your Secret Guide to Ending the Stress of School, addresses the truth about what would really make a difference.

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Bill Engleson

“Like a Child to Home” | Bill Engleson

AIRED: September 22, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Bill Engleson’s first novel, Like a Child to Home, is a powerful and original take on what it means to be a social worker. Engleson paints a realistic portrait on just how hard it can be to gain the trust of injured youth, and the importance of establishing trust as a prerequisite to help young people find answers or accept advice and direction.

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Katherine Ketcham

“Experiencing Spirituality, Finding Meaning Through Storytelling” | Katherine Ketcham

AIRED: September 15, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: In Experiencing Spirituality, Katherine Ketcham and Ernest Kurtz take readers on a journey through storytelling as a means of self-discovery. Recounting and interpreting great wisdom stories from all ages and all cultures, the authors shed light on such experiences of humor, confusion, and forgiveness.

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Jennifer Golick

“Cannabis Dependence, Adolescent Addiction Treatment” | Jennifer Golick, LMFT

AIRED: September 8, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Teens today experience a unique set of pressures, and with the number of new drugs and the ease of obtaining all forms of cannabis these days, it can be easy for a teen to slip into a path of addiction.

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Katie O'Brien and HunterMaatsSM

“The Straight A Conspiracy: Your Secret Guide to Ending the Stress of School” | Hunter Maats and Katie O’Brie

AIRED: August 25, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: A number of ‘popular’ books address what is wrong with the educational system, but there has not been a book, until now, written directly to and for the student. The Straight A Conspiracy: Your Secret Guide to Ending the Stress of School, addresses the truth about what would really make a difference.

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Dr Tim Thayne

Back by Popular Demand: “Not by Chance: How parents boost their teens success in and out of treatment” | Dr. Tim Thayne

REPLAY: August 4, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Dr. Tim Thayne joins our audience to discuss how struggling teenagers with addictions, learning disabilities, or emotional/behavioral issues have brought their parents to a moment of decision. He delivers answers and serves up concrete tools, hope, confidence, and stamina for families, professionals and mentors.

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Peter Baksa

“Faith Wave: I Think… Therefore It Is” | Peter Baksa

AIRED: July 28, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: In Faith Wave, Peter Baksa reveals that every one of us has a capacity of becoming a superhuman by ‘training’ our brain to achieve anything we desire and become the best version of ourselves.

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Patrick Brigham

“An angel Over Rimini – Abduction and Human Trafficking” | Patrick Brigham

AIRED: July 21, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Once in a great while, a novel is written that dives deeply into a real and present danger to children, from the poorest to richest countries. Such is the case with Patrick Brigham’s new book, An Angel Over Rimini – Abduction, Human Trafficking, which revolves around the abduction investigation of a little British girl.

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Lois Baldwin

“TWICE-EXCEPTIONAL KIDS: Finding and Nurturing Gifted Students with Challenges or Disabilities” | Lois Baldwin

AIRED: July 14, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Students who are gifted with learning challenges or physical disabilities are at-risk because many times their emotional struggles go unnoticed. According to Baldwin, a successful perspective shift is a problem-solving culture where everyone “owns” all of the kids and collaborates together on an on-going basis for their benefit.

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Pattie Fitzgerald

“Safely Ever After: Safe-Smart Rules that Empower Kids and their Families Against Child Predators | Pattie Fitzgerald

AIRED: July 7, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: Pattie Fitzgerald, founder of Safely Ever After, provides up-to-date information on prevention education programs to help empower families against child predators. Children learn vital skills and strategies so they can recognize a potentially threatening situation, and teens focus on make safe choices as they gain more independence.

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Kevin Randall

“Relationship: The Key To Treating Self-Harm in Young Women” | Kevin Randall

AIRED: June 30, 2014 – 11:00 am PST :: According to Kevin Randall, self-harm is an increasingly pervasive symptom of emotional distress among young women. For many young women self-harm is not a coping skill, it is a survival skill. Kevin describes Fulshear Ranch Academy’s success in helping young women live out of their unique potential while using tools which will help her to work through her pain.

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