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Day 3: Looking at our families’ physical and inner health, as well as digital addiction, through the lens of mindfulness.

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Mark Bertin: Mindful Parenting for ADHD

Length: 31:27

Dr. Mark Bertin, M.D., a board certified developmental behavioral pediatrician in Pleasantville, NY, studied at the UCLA School of Medicine and completed training in general pediatrics at Oakland Children’s Hospital in California. After several years in general pediatrics he returned for fellowship training in neurodevelopmental behavioral pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 

Dr. Bertin is an assistant professor of pediatrics at New York College of Medicine and an instructor at the Windward Teacher Training Institute. He is a consultant for Reach Out and Read, a national organization that promotes child development and literacy, and on the editorial board of Common Sense Media. His books The Family ADHD Solution and Mindful Parenting for ADHD integrate mindfulness into evidence-based ADHD care. 

Summary:
Parents of children with ADHD generally face many unique daily challenges related to self management and self regulation. Mark supports parents in staying cool and collected while remaining flexible, resilient, and mindful. His philosophy and resources are a true gift to parents everywhere.

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Christine Carter: Exploring Digital Addiction in our Families

Length: 30:16

Christine Carter Ph.D. is the author of The Sweet Spot: How to Achieve More by Doing Less (2017) and Raising Happiness (2011). She is a sociologist and Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, where she draws on scientific research to help people lead their most courageous, joyful, meaningful, and authentic lives.

Dr. Christine Carter has a unique perspective on how we can find fulfillment, success, and lasting joy in our busy lives. She translates the latest scientific findings–from positive psychology, sociology, research on productivity and elite performance, organizational and management theories, and neuroscience–into action plans for her readers.

She lives with her husband, four kids, and dog Buster in Marin County, California. 

Summary:
Technology is reshaping our world… but it is literally shaping the world of teenagers and children. Join Christine to explore technology addiction, a little neuroscience, and a lot of ideas on how we can help ourselves and our children better understand this path we are all on.

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Andrew Dunn: Our Relationship with Technology

Length: 43:02


Andrew Dunn is a Bay Area-based conscious entrepreneur who envisions a world in which technology supports humans being. A digital native who struggled with tech addiction for over a decade, he is currently working on Siempo to give people their lives back and help them flourish. Siempo’s first product is an Android app that transforms your phone into a healthier digital experience. Andrew is also passionate about connecting the conscious business ecosystem and inspiring young adults to pursue inner work. 

Summary:
Andrew cares most about helping people build healthier relationships with technology. He’s working for us all building technology that supports human flourishing rather than distraction. He wants to help people be more present, focused, and happy.

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Heidi Skye Keller: Creative Positive Health Esteem

Length: 36:56

Dr. Heidi Skye is a mom, scientist, foster parent, blogger and family chiropractor who writes about well-being and mamahood at drheidiskye.com.

She has been in private practice in the San Francisco Bay area since 1996 and holds a master’s degree in Neuroendocrinology. She has published in both scientific journals and Pathways natural parenting magazine. She has also taught science and philosophy at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

She has two signature program she runs online- r(E)volutionary Mama -which empowers moms to move from their heart’s vision, listen to their intuition and focus on well-being and Well-Beings – a program which teaches moms the four conversations to have to raise a child with positive health esteem. Her passion is speaking, writing and teaching about how conscious conversations and intentions can create a “Culture of Wellness” in families and the world!

Summary:
How can we think about illness through the lens of mindful awareness? Heidi shares with us how to learn to trust the body’s wisdom, allow expression over oppression, and she offers us practical tips for when our kiddos feel under the weather.

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Shefali Tsabary: Conscious Parenting

Length: 33:10

Oprah has hailed Dr. Shefali’s work as “revolutionary.” A NYT bestselling author of two groundbreaking books on parenting, namely, The Conscious Parent and The Awakened Family, Dr. Shefali brings a fresh perspective to the parenting landscape, challenging the current paradigm it is steeped in and turning it on its head. Provocative, daring and evocative, her approach teaches parents how to raise themselves – first – into the most empowered and conscious before they hope to raise their children. Dr. Shefali believes that parents need to learn to heal their own emotional baggage and raise themselves into an elevated state of awareness before they raise their children. Eliminating archaic ideals of control and punishment, she teaches parents the value of true connection over correction. Integrating Eastern mindfulness with Western psychology, Dr. Shefali brings a unique and fresh approach to her work, allowing parents to evolve and transcend their own limitations and sense of lack. 

Summary:
Dr. Shefali teaches us that if we work to transform ourselves we will empower our children to live more as their authentic selves. Breaking free from the past and entering the present moment to live fully in the here and now is the most important journey we can take with ourselves and with our children.

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