Central Coast Voices: Archives (March 2013)
March 28, 2013
March 21, 2013
The social network of our school-age children is more complex, and often conflicted, than many of us imagine. The conflicts and questions children face in their interactions with each other are often more subtle and invisible than issues and conflicts we can readily see, such as bullying. Award-winning author Trudy Ludwig joins Fred Munroe, as we take a look at the social world children attempt to navigate in school, at home and online.
March 14, 2013
Tragedies resulting from actions by individuals with mental illness have been both major news and household discussions. But what resources are available and accessible? James Statler, Executive Director fo the Community Counseling Center of San Luis Obispo County, will talk about services available through one nonprofit agency that has been assisting low and moderate income families through the dedication and efforts of mental health professionals for over 45 years.
March 7, 2013
Growth in a therapeutic setting comes in many forms. And music therapy may be one of the most uplifting and inclusive ways to strengthen community connections and personal understanding. People with developmental or age related disabilities are being helped by "Arts for Living," a new community program affiliated with United Cerebral Palsy of San Luis Obispo County. Program founders Laura DeLoye and Rich Smucker will join Fred Munroe next Thursday as we look at the tools they use to explain the lives of many through music therapy.