1. How to Raise an Antiracist with Roxy Manning and Sarah Peyton Dr. Cam 39:40

In this episode we’re unpacking a topic that’s not just timely; it’s absolutely essential: How to Raise an Antiracist. In an era where issues of race and social justice dominate headlines, it’s crucial that we equip our teens with the knowledge and tools to be active participants in the fight against racism. 

Joining me are the co-authors of the The Antiracist Heart: A Self-Compassion and Activism Handbook. Roxy Manning a clinical psychologist and certified Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC) trainer and Sarah Peyton a Certified Trainer of Nonviolent Communication and neuroscience educator. Together they will shed light on how we can guide our teens to become not just non-racist, but antiracist advocates who actively work towards a fair and inclusive world.

 

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Cameron (Dr. Cam) Caswell, PhD, the “teen translator,” is an adolescent psychologist, family success coach, and co-creator of Thriving School Community, a revolutionary program designed for schools to improve student, staff, and parent well-being.

For over two decades, she has been helping parents build strong, positive relationships with their teens through improved communication, connection, and understanding. Dr. Cam is a TEDx speaker, host of the Parenting Teens with Dr. Cam podcast, co-creator of the “I Am Enough” teen 12-week workshop, author of Power Phrases for Parents: Teen Edition, and co-author of Improving School Mental Health: The Thriving School Community Solution.

Dr. Cam is the mom of a teen too, so she not only talks the talk, she walks the walk!